Beige Chair

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Beige Chair is about not wanting to be seen. Times when you just want to hide. In a world where we all feel the need and the pressure to be visible and accountable there is little room to hide. This image was made in honour of the artist's father who loathed the colour beige. He believed people start to wear beige as they get older, as if the colour was running out of them.

Beige Chair won the Emergent Designs award at the Mullins Australian Conceptual Photography Prize in 2020.

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Beige Chair

  • Louise Alexander | Beige Chair
  • Louise Alexander | Beige Chair