Daniel Arsham “Architecture Anomalies”
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Daniel Arsham’s works are founded upon the concept of “Fictional Archaeology,” and consist of a diverse variety of mediums ranging from sculpture, painting, installation, to performance. This exhibition centers on a series of installation works including an eroded wall, a cloth assimilating into the wall, and a piece of cloth that on its own serves to suggest a sense of physicality. Such works reflect Arasham’s interests and research on the theme of relationships between space and artwork, as well as well as between our visual perception and physical sensations. As suggested by the title “Architecture Anomalies,” the exhibition comprises a selection of Arsham’s new works based on the theme of “structures that contain phenomena which cause deviations and deflections unexplainable on grounds of scientific common sense or principles.”
from May 23, 2018 to June 30, 2018
Opening Reception on 2018-05-23 from 17:00 to 20:00