I went to the dentist and the chair looked just like this. Perhaps a slightly better state of repair, but the same torturous silhouette. I'm still wondering what it was doing in that little photographers gallery. A neck brace, I've decided. For long exposure head studies. Thats why it's positioned against that softly lit window, for the available light you see.
I have to go to the dentist. Sailors have terrible teeth, it's all that rum. I'm hoping the chair doesn't look like this one. I tripped over it in a wonderful photographers gallery in Auckland. Three years in a row I visited the place. We usually hit New Zealand sometime in February on the world cruise. One year I arrived, but lamentably it was gone. I wonder what they did with their chair. It was never quite clear what it was doing in the place and I didn't like to ask in case it was glaringly obvious.