Disclosed and Displaced2003-2006

In the simplest terms, a table can be characterized as a surface set parallel to the ground. These surfaces often support other objects. Surfaces are everywhere, part of an accessible, intelligible, and apparent, yet inconspicuous background. A table is a surface that discloses itself as both present and ready - as what it is, and what it does - while rarely disclosing both at the same time.

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