Can’t remember if the fork goes on the right or the left? Never have a place to keep the potatoes? Kajsa Oberg has created a table, called Invited Home, that solves all of your problems by providing only enough space for what is supposed to go in each place. It’s a comment on the nuclear family as the norm or ideal, as “four places have been set for a family dinner of stew and potatoes, with salad, drinks, salt and pepper”.
Don’t have a family of four? No problem, Kajsa’s Uninvited is a tablecloth with a pattern that represents absent guests and people you wish could be there. There’s also an extra napkin for you to cry into (not really, but there might as well be).