Roy Nachum’s practice encompasses a full range of disciplines – painting, sculpture, architecture, design, and digital art – often hybridizing them into new forms. His unique approach is on full display in Data Chair, a non-functional object whose surface visually vibrates with flickering images and information. In the real world, a chair typically invites one to pause and rest, but here Nachum offers up a contemporary take the idea of a chair as a place where one is now bombarded with data. Nachum attended The Cooper Union in New York, and his work is in a number of public and private collections. He was nominated for the 59th annual Grammy awards for best recording packaging for the art and art direction of Rihanna’s acclaimed album Anti.
NOTE: Data Chair is not designed to be sat on.