The Urs Fischer show at Gagosian gallery, appropriately titled “PLAY,” is an engaging an humorous installation that drew me in with its use of color. Walking into the show, I first noticed the color of the seats in contrast with the space. The room was a large, sterile white warehouse with a cold gray concrete floor. This was the perfect set for the chairs to dance across, and highlighted the pop of color they brought to the scene. The colors; red, orange, teal, green, purple, gray, were the perfect choice for creating a playful mood for the performance. Had the chair been all steel gray or black, the dance would have been almost menacing and uncomfortable. However, the colors provided a joyful touch that allowed the viewers (including myself) to anthropomorphize the chairs. They became “cute.” They reminded me of the Teletubbies, the Muppets, and other childhood animal/monster characters designed to be cute and weird.