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Daniel Arsham’s petrified objects serve as anthropological relics, imagined by the artist as having been buried for years and only later discovered in an archeological dig. Part of Arsham’s “Future Relic” series, this work signifies an obsolete technology of the post-apocalyptic—a signal of human progress or an entropic future. It is a gypsum cement- and glass-cast sculpture of a polaroid camera.
Published by Arsham Editions, New York
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Daniel Arsham (American, b. 1980) is a contemporary artist living and working in New York City. Arsham graduated from Cooper Union in 2003 and was the recipient of the Gelman Trust Fellowship Award. He founded the artist-run spaces “Placemaker” and “The House” in Miami. Arsham has collaborated with Merce Cunningham, designing lights, costumes, and the set for Cunningham’s “eyeSpace,” as well as with Hedi Slimane in designing the fitting rooms for Dior Homme’s Los Angeles store, and more recently, with Pharrell Williams.