Tangible globalization requires a response to events around the world. In order to experience this cosmic reaction, an anonymous existentialism must subsist within this response. The global interaction then occurs at the most questionable level, allowing humans to focus on what is external to them and their surroundings. This exhaustive reaction becomes the basis for something greater than the individual, but in order for the effect to afford it’s main goal, the scale must occur at a greater level than the human. The question of whether or not globalization exists at any scale then re-curses a smaller scale experiment in order to further the claim that globalization must exists tangibly in order to affect the human psyche.
The implications of having two “chairs” represent each other physically allows for an internal difference to subsist. Creating a response to an external event anonymously, through a changing infrastructure is a key concept to consider when attempting the next step to globalization. In application to the human scale, a chair is a tangible piece of furniture to use as a base medium for this thesis concept. By trying to understand how this anonymity can exist within a co-authorship of chairs, there is a technological solution to imply a response from an external event. Conceptually these two chairs would have no relation to each other. However, there is a consistency of form to give them a language from one to another. Uniformity of the chairs are provided by using tubes to imply a typo-logical form of a chair.
One chair excretes an ominous feeling, the other one provides an inviting presence through its materiality. The inauspicious reaction comes from the dark metal and repetitive tubes of the chair. On the other hand, the transparency of the other chair provides a more inviting feeling.