Visual artist Tim Folzenlogen’s inspiration for the Chairs of Inclusion project is the interconnectedness of everyone. He chose a rocking chair as a starting place because rocking chairs are primarily associated with babies or old people and bracket a lifespan. On the one hand new beginnings, on the other, accumulated wisdom.
Collaborating Artists: Kevin C., Eva H., Stephanie M., Roberto N. and Victoria S.
Folzenlogen is a graduate of the Art Academy of Cincinnati. He has been exhibiting his work since 1974 and has shown extensively in Cincinnati, New York and Japan with over 50 solo shows to his credit. Folzenlogenʼs work is represented in over 30 corporate and private collections worldwide, including Morgan Stanley, Barclay Capital, Proctor & Gamble and the New School for Social Research in New York City. Since beginning his work with members at the Wae Center as an Artist Facilitator, Tim often says he has “found his tribe.”
Images of the collaboration in process