Barking up the Wrong Log IV
Barking up the Wrong Log IV by London-based industrial artist Charlotte Kingsnorth. This piece is inspired by identity and masks, with the reimagined bark.
This piece came about whilst exploring ideas around identity and masks, and Charlotte's interest in deconstructed archetypes, as well as Jean Baudrillard's concept of hyperreal and the inability to distinguish reality from a simulation of reality. Cloaked in a reimagined bark, the notched markings found on the surface mimic the organic bark of the birch tree which Charlotte has playfully 'borrowed' and redefined. This piece has been designed as a seat that accompanies the Barking Up The Wrong Table, or it can also be used itself as a low side table.
Material: Kiln dried oak
cm: Width 26cm, Height 45cm
inches: Width 10.2in, Height 17.7in
Care Instructions: This piece is heavy, do not put too much weight on the base edge. Wipe with damp, lint-free cloth