SeeSawSeat prototype

2011

Anodized aluminum and ipe wood, 16" x 96" x 16"

SeeSawSeat is a public bench that presents a modest and playful conundrum to those who encounter it. Its seat pivots atop a central fulcrum, becoming a teeter-totter. Uncomfortable when used by only one person, the individuals that encounter it will soon deduce that it is best experienced with another person, so the seat becomes a tool for social exchange.

Group Exhibitions: Art Labor 2.0, 'By Sea, Land, and Air We Prosper', 2011.
Group Exhibitions: Haus für Kunst Uri, (im)mobile, 2016.
Catalogues & Books: Mireille Bourgeois + Chantal Molleur, Jonathan Shaughnessy, Susann Wintsch, (im)mobile, 2016.

Germaine Koh, SeeSawSeat prototype, 2011, 16 x 96 x 16, anodized aluminm and ipe wood.