Sunday, September 26, 2010
With an obvious name like Adirondack Chair, is this outdoor furniture advertising? Not so, unless that’s what you want it to be. My question is who’s missing from the chair? Who’s suppose to be residing there subjects? I don’t have an answer, but that’s what I wondered. Unless the chair was some sort of trophy, some object of material hierarchy that induces a sense of pride so its given a priority to be before it’s subjects. Or is it something to hide behind even though you’re posing for you’re portrait. What do you think?