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Keith Tyson

Keith Tyson Deckchair

The Royal Parks Foundation

£100.00 GBP £135.00 GBP

Limited Edition Deckchair

About

The ideal gift for outdoor enthusiasts. Lounge around in style in the garden next summer or hang it on the wall as a unique piece of artwork. All deckchairs have been generously designed by artists, designers, celebrities and children through Deckchair Dreams, a fantastic public art adventure, to celebrate the trees, wildlife and other rare and wonderful things of London’s eight Royal Parks.

Limited Edition

Just 250 deckchairs of this design are available for you buy. Made from a solid, sustainable Merpauh wood frame with a quality artist’s woven canvas, you can enjoy snoozing on these deckchairs for years to come.

    Keith Tyson

    was born in Cumbria in 1969, studying at the Barrow-in-Furness College of Engineering, Carlisle College of Art and then at the University of Brighton. His first solo exhibition was in 1990.

    In the early 1990’s, Tyson worked with various generative processes and methods of randomness. He created the Art Machine which, using computers and flowcharts, generated random ideas for artworks.

    The resulting works varied from casting a restaurant menu in lead to bouncing Morse code messages off the moon.

    Tyson exhibited a series of Studio Wall Drawings and his piece The Thinker (After Rodin) at the 2001 Venice Biennale. The Thinker, a monolithic hexagonal structure, contains a powerful bank of computers that generated its own universe. The only clue to this activity was an electronic hum. It was this exhibition and those at the South London Gallery and Kunsthalle Zurich that won him the Turner Prize in 2002.

    Details

    Solid Merpauh wood deckchair frame from a sustainable source

    Sustainably sourced wooden frame with printed artist's woven canvas, suitable for outdoor use.

    Deckchair dimensions when flat = 130 x 60 x 6 cm

    There is a lead time of this item of three weeks as they are printed to order.

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