What's so odd about these old people in chairs?

It's not the people or the chairs that are weird...

It's where they're sitting

Says the artist, Angie Hiesl, about her work:
A visual-theatrical installation in and for public spaces. The performance locations are the fa├žades of buildings on streets and city squares. Simple, white chairs made of steel are mounted on buildings at a height between three and seven meters. People between the ages of 60 and over 70 years old sit on the chairs high above the passers-by. They perform rehearsed, everyday activities in a reserved manner: they read the paper, slice bread, fold clothes… activities that have to do with their daily lives.


See more elevated senior citizens here: X-times people chair, Angie Hiesl Produktion>>

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