Here European and American chairs made of tropical hardwood have been deconstructed and reassembled to the dimensions of traditional Ghanaian chairs to look at problems of “returning” to Africa from across the diaspora. and to complicate the question posed by Len Garrison “Where are the ancient stools on which our Kings and Queens sat?” The chairs because of their small size and low weight can be worn and overcome the problem of objectification by some times being supporting and sometimes being supported by an individual.

 
Returning
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