Chair installation as part of a group Winnicott Wednesdays project. The chair stands as the art object, exploring elements of group and individual symbolism in relation to our places and identity in the group. This chair only just stands out against the black as a watery imprint resonating with my geographical distance from the group currently. The thread leaves a mark on the chair in my absence, clinging on to part of a presence. Chairs are full of symbolism around having or not having a place, being provided with a space to rest or sit or your voice being valued at a table or meeting. Being included with this project felt important, representing my part in the group, even though far away. Often, in the context of an art therapy group, a chair will still be present in a group member's absence, marking their absence and acknowledging their continued part of the group.