Camille Kachani creates fun furniture art entirely made of wood. It’s not hard to guess the material that these pieces are made of because of what it so much resembles. His artwork has growing limbs coming from everywhere. His wood sculptures have a humorous approach and have growing limbs, imagine a wooden chair and shelves sprouting leafy plants from its corners and surfaces.
The Lebanese-Brazilian contemporary artist creatively comes up with the extraordinary ideas and these household objects come to life. But it’s not only about furniture art, fake leaves furiously grow from these objects, such as shovels, electronics, drawers, shelves, books, chairs, scissors, skulls, and even pots.
Due to their overgrown state, the sculptures he builds are rendered unusable, almost as if their original material is attempting to reclaim the carved form. These contemporary art objects appear to gain life and take its own rubbish form onto a whole another level. His artwork is completely mesmerizing to look at, and a super fun art to admire!
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Camille Kachani’s furniture art develops an inventive process of possibilities related to the process of transformation of nature. His pieces are hybrid objects, which investigate the original and primitive conditions of the natural elements. His work uses everyday materials and objects, giving them new interpretations, resizing their scales and original functions. In case you wanna check the rest of Kachani’s work at Zipper Galeria or on their website, they currently represent him.