The story of the object changes as you shape the chair to best suit you. The autobiography, the identities reflected onto the object, is rewritten as a new story merges with the object starting a collective narration.
The chair is a snapshot of the designers life, capturing feelings and emotions of a given moment. This captured instance is left to transcend through time interacting, blending and merging with its users. At each interaction the chair assumes part of its user creating a composite object of part user and part designer.
Just like a mask has a baked-in expression or identity and when worn assumes a blend of both the identities, the one of its wearer and the captured expression.