16 x 23 x 23 inches
Steel, printed acrylic, high resolution found image, magnets, hardware. One of a set of 8 tables (sold separately).
The Archive Tables are a piece of furniture, or eight, or somewhere in between, designed to be collapsible and rearrangeable. Eight small steel tables of two different heights (16 and 20 inches) feature found images printed on acrylic. The tables are collapsible, fold flat and arranged in various ways, or hung on the wall as artwork on custom steel cleats.
Exhibition History: Shown recently in collaboration with Pophouse Design at the Chase Tower, downtown Detroit.
Item is located in Detroit, MI. Local pickup available. Domestic shipping is available for an additional fee. Contact email@example.com for a custom shipping quote. Metro Detroit delivery available for an additional $100 fee.
Breanne Johnson is an artist and self-taught new designer living and working in Detroit, Michigan. She holds Bachelor of Art degrees in Visual Art and Political Science from the University of Chicago. Born in California, Breanne shares citizenship with the United States and the island country Curaçao. Her design work focuses on provisional architectures and furniture objects that examine our relationship to the social and physical spaces we inhabit. She studies her own lived experience and home life for moments and situations that cater to an expanded sense of living, be that through connection, reverence, intimacy or play, and builds her artistic practice by interrogating the objects that comprise her built landscape, asking to what extent they facilitate, stunt, or otherwise flavor our social, personal and interpersonal connections. Breanne was the recipient of awards to attend Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and Ox-Bow School of Art this summer, and last summer was awarded the Pophouse Design Fellowship. She will have work included at WANTEDDESIGN art fair in New York this spring, and has recently shown work at I.M.Weiss Gallery, Logan Center Exhibitions, Detroit Artist Market, and the Ann Arbor Art Center. Currently an MFA candidate in the 3D Design Department, Breanne is slated for graduation in May.