I encountered these less-than half-sized chairs in a sort of storage room of a school that had given some of its spaces over to an art trail.
Something about all those little seats waiting to be set down and put to use got my imagination whirring.
Imagine a school of the future where a population boom makes space so valuable child must sit in tiered rows at school. Who chooses who sets where? Is there an advantage to the comfort of ground level, or are the children set above, with better views and potentially boosted courage due to their daily climb, more likely to thrive?
What might they see from their perch?
Or perhaps these small chairs bring something else to mind. What can you weave from this sight?
If you write or create something prompted by this idea, please let me know by emailing judydarley (at) iCloud.com. I’d love to know the creative direction you choose.