Grid Tables, 2022

  • 3500 $

Discarded steel pipes are composed freely in a grid and mended together with brass to form table structures. Juxtaposing lines, textures and brightness combine ideas of high & low perceived value that unify in function and embrace a sense of time and aging. Reconsidering our relationship towards the discarded vs precious draws a connection to the Japanese art of kintsugi, meaning “golden repair”, reminding us to stay optimistic. Celebrating the rebirth rather than the loss embodies a sense of hope and healing in the absence of what once was.

Category: Sculpture
Length: 28 Cm
Height: 71 Cm
Width: 43 Cm
Material: steel, brass
Framed: No
Edition: Unique
Country: United States
Shipping from: Saudi Arabia
Evan FayUnited States
Evan Fay

Evan Fay is furniture designer, maker, and educator currently working and living in Detroit, MI. His work focuses on intuitive building systems and spontaneous form within the realm of functional objects that express an obvious nature of craft and structure. In 2014, Fay received a BFA in furniture design from Kendall College of Art and Design, and an MFA in 2016 studying 3D design from Cranbrook Academy of Art.