Barking Up The Wrong Table
Barking Up The Wrong Table 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. This piece is a low table cloaked in a reimagined bark. The notched markings found on the bark of a birch tree have been borrowed to make a new coat for this collection. The table comes in two parts, which can be pushed together as one or used as two separate side tables.
Material: Obeche Timber
Dimensions: Height: 50 cm, Length: 64 cm, Width: 100 cm
Care Instructions: Lift the table by the tabletop, wipe with damp, lint-free cloth