Disappearing Dialogues Art residency at Art Ichol in Maihar India

Teak x Sandstone x Concrete x Metal Coffee table

offcuts of slab were used to create the  bench top and concrete-plant rock sifters were salvaged to make the legs.


A 2nd table, more affordable to the masses used Sal Wood, another rot resistant wood which was fused to concrete with a metal base salvaged from a compactor roller.

Inspired and created on the basis of the Disappearing Dialogues Program  at Art Ichol which focuses on the environment, culture/heritage and indigenous communities.


See PDF for a brief look into research of traditional furniture making in Maihar India.

Collaboratory exhibit: November 22-29th 2017 @ Bikaner House in New Delhi, India.