Inspiration Artist: Edward Hopper

Student artists: Aaron Kulik and Brooke Taff

Hopper allows the viewer to interpret a scene set with indicators to empower choices. The FAC empowers victims of domestic violence to make choices. A violent relationship may seem normal to the outsider, while clues provide contrast, indications for the viewer and the victim to interpret. Our chair could be a story of a child watching their abused mother decide not to continue to be a victim or where an abuser decides never to hurt a loved one again. Our chair provides ideas to question, with a scene of an intense psychological story. We prompt the viewer to write their own interpretation.

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