This dartboard and backgammon set can no longer differentiate between points or players. They are half-remembered, like archeological diagrams of tools for convivial group leisure.

About the author

Zak Kitnick is an artist currently based in Brooklyn. Using industrial and commercial materials, he creates forms that could be seen as utilitarian and art objects at the same time. Blurring the boundaries between architecture and design, Kitnick’s work encourages the viewer to attend to the objects that structure daily life. His work is part of the collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and of the Institute of Contemporary Art in Miami, among others.