Have Nots Throne
Thrones are commonly known to be tied to philosophical or religious ideologies, ornate with symbols that depict their importance and often used by people of importance. Many are held to have been constructed or fabricated out of rare or hard to find materials that may be valuable or important to the land in question. I chose to contrast the ornate with the minimal to highlight the high levels of inequality between the haves and have nots. The Have Nots throne was deliberately fabricated using easy to find wooden dowels, and a simple rectangular faux golden back seat. No cushions, fabric or armrests were incorporated, instead using spaces of wood, a symbol for the lack of support and comfort of those without financial security.