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.
Daniel Arsham’s sculpture “Stow”, in Royal Danby marble first appears as a big rock, but after taking a closer look, the viewer notices human-made object emerging from the marble as if fossilized. The objects look like hard drives in which we store our memories (they might also be batteries or parts of a car or a motor). In this piece, the stone holds the memory of our civilization, where the idea of movement and the immobility of the marble clashes against each other.
The artist also gives us his representation of what archeology will look like in the future.
Royal Danby marble
56 x 124 x 74 cm
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