Margriet Craens studied Dutch Language and Culture at the University of Amsterdam and Fine Arts at Den Bosch. She now works as a multi-disciplinary artist and writer, experimenting with art, design, food, and culture. Craens is one of the founders of the 70% BAR and The Fat Pony, where she explores the boundaries and intersections between the restaurant and artworld. She has exhibited at the Cite Internationale des Arts Paris, Croxhapox Gent, Onomatopee Eindhoven, Dutch Design Week Eindhoven and Chang Mai Design Week. She has also participated in international projects and exhibitions at the Museum Z33 Hasselt, Fei Gallery Guangzhou, The European Ceramic Workcentre and TCDC Chang Mai. After studying at the Design Academy Eindhoven, Lucas Maassen began his career as an independent conceptual designer. He has exhibited internationally at MoMA New York, Grand Palais Paris, Vitra Design Museum Weil am Rhein, Taiwan Design Museum Taipei, TCDC Chang Man and the van Abbemuseum Eindhoven. In addition to his design practice, Maassen teaches at the Social Design Master program at the Design Academy Eindhoven and at the Academy of Art Communication and Design in Tilburg. In the category ‘furniture with personality’ Maassen has previously brought chairs to life, in Yoga Chairs (2008), The Singing Chair (2010), and The Sitcom (2014), all part of his ongoing playful exploration of perception and reality.