Damien Hirst%C3%82´s wide-ranging practice - installation, sculpture, painting and drawing - has sought to challenge the boundaries between art, science and popular culture. Since 1992, Hirst (born 1965 in Bristol, UK; lives and works in London) has been creating spin paintings, which are made using a machine that centrifugally disperses the paint steadily poured onto a shaped canvas surface, and have since become one of his most famous series of works. Using beech wood chairs designed by contemporary master Jasper Morrison as "canvases" for new spin paintings, Hirst has created both a piece of furniture and a unique work of art.
Beautiful Come Down Spin Chair 2014 Spin painted chair (Jasper Morrison), household gloss on beech, 79 x 40.6 x 42.7 cm. Unique, signed underneath the seat. [not available]