For about two decades, Daniel Arsham has been experimenting with some sort of archeology of the future through different media, sculpture in particular which represent a large part of his work. Daniel Arsham reproduces everyday items, notably those that have to do with new technologies, sports, or music, in the way that people from the future might encounter them while discovering the remains of our everyday life.
“Untitled (pink moon)” 2016
Gouache on Mylar framed
h. 43.2 x L. 43.2 cm | h. 17 x l. 17 in
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