Classroom desks and chairs are what many people remember from their days as students. Artist Yen Ming-hung created Chair Score, a large-scale outdoor installation art using old chairs collected from Kaohsiung schools. This installation is found in Dayi Warehouses, The Pier-2 Art Center.
From a distance, Chair Score looks like a huge semicircular tent that extends from the ground. Up close, it looks like an artwork made of stacked brown, green, red, and blue chairs, evoking a sense of music and rhythm. This combination of the backrests, legs, and seating surfaces of the chairs create dazzling views that make visitors feel as if they are stepping into a maze. Light sifting through the gaps between the wooden chairs make sitting inside the installation a peaceful experience filled with schoolyard memories.
作品名稱：椅子樂譜 Chair Score