`No Title (Table and Four Chairs)? forces us to reconsider our relationship to mundane domestic objects. The work exactly replicates an early twentieth-century furniture set produced by the American manufacturers Gunlocke. However, its colossal scale displaces the audience from their usual position above the tabletop, allowing them to navigate through a surreal forest of table and chair legs where usually unseen structural details are now magnified. Calling to mind the experience of fictional protagonists such as Alice in Wonderland and the Lilliputians in Swift?s Gulliver?s Travels, the sculpture transforms a usually common encounter into an alien and extraordinary experience.