Reflecting on the product, consumer and experience led me to a simple and repeated form that inhabited space. The white paper allowed the space to take on a shape of exploration and intrigue. By placing this pre-conceived chair within the space I was then able to juxtapose the investigation of the product in relation to the human in relation to the room.
The white paper was almost a replacement to the mirror, a more literal sense of seeing yourself as the third person. Instead the hanging paper only allowed the chair inhabitant to see where everyone else was in relation them. Everyone else was only able to navigate the path in front of them.