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This project began with the observation of sitting postures on the UC Berkeley campus. Two of the most iconic locales were chosen to simultaneously investigate what particular kinds
of objects can be made for sitting with reference to the celebrated activities of the place. It became clear to me that an object that could be amenable to both sit or lying situations as well as standing situations would be not only used during the day to day functions but during more electrifying and engaging moments in University discourse and protest.

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