Adam Pickard
Interdisciplinary Art Director

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In new & improved the missing or broken parts of old wooden furniture are replicated in bronze. This reverses the relationship of the broken parts to the whole: what were once the weakest parts of the furniture have become the most permanent and precious. The intent is to question the conventional understanding of repair with its exhortations that things be restored, objectively, to their original state.

Role: A design collaboration between Jonathan Sabine and I under the name Chromoly inc.