'it's also a table' Mantas Lesauskas's work represents a struggle to talk about social problems through design objects. Former soviet countries experience a big problem with the integration of the handicapped into society.
*It‘s also a table*
A table is commonly percepted with four buttresses which are called legs.
Tables’ legs in the past were of the shape of animal paws, for example legs in shape of a lion paw. This is how the name of ‘legs’ was acquired.
Imagine a table with crutches instead of its legs, will it still be not good enough to keep a stable working surface? But that is the main function of table buttresses.
So what about your friend with crutches? Is he not good enough to a keep conversation?