Table For Two - Shani Ha


The table is split between the inside and the outside, playing with the boundaries of public spaces and questioning social interactions and relationships in New York.

When two persons sit at the split table, they can decide to look at each other or chose to look at their own reflection; confronting the fact that we are becoming more and more self-absorbed and sometimes the presence of the other is simply here to validate our own existence. When sitting alone, the viewer will face an empty table and his reflection in the glass as a reminder to introspection, narcissism or loneliness.

“Table For Two” can be seen as a metaphor of social interactions and relationships in large cities such as New York where people can be together and very close but also alone and disconnected at the same time.

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