Skip to content

Daniel Ashram

April 26, 2011

Daniel Arsham interrogates our often-uncritical embrace of the built environment.  Preoccupied with architecture and its impact on living creatures, his bleached walls perform the improbable as they erode, ripple, and drape human inhabitants.

“When we are confronted with the animal’s ambiguous connection to a world designed for humans, we are better equipped to ask questions about our own relationships to architecture.”

Daniel Ashram


Advertisements

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: