while undoubtedly humorous and playful, the sculptural work of artist michael beitz also addresses the complexity of human relationships, and the psychological impact of our experience with everyday objects. through pieces like ‘not now’ — a wooden table that separates sitters by an undulating arch; ‘whippy’ — a folded outdoor picnic table; and ‘fan house’ — an architectural façade with massive propeller placed inside, beitz combines furniture design and meticulous craftsmanship with conceptual sentiments.
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