Daniel Arsham’s work is visceral and yet minimal. All in white it breaks through and comes through walls. Ghostly sculptures push through walls, while the person shaped holes hint at ghosts that broke through. In an interview for The Creator’s Project Daniel speaks about the nature of his exhibit The Future Was Then:
This work for me is not about progress. It is about destruction and growth and where they are able to meet in the middle.
This exhibit is current at Savannah College of Art and Design’s (SCAD) Pamela Elaine Poetter Gallery in Savannah, Georgia until July 24, 2016. See our previous post on Daniel Arsham’s work.
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