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Daniel Arsham


다니엘 아르샴 (b.1980)의 작품세계는 건축조각퍼포먼스 영역을 넘나들며 새로운 고고학적 경험을 불러일으키는 조각적 실험으로 잘 알려져 있다. 1992년 마이애미를 강타했던 허리케인 앤드류(Andrew)는 작가의 건축적 관심에 촉발제가 되었다인간이 설계한 건물들이 한순간에 허물어지고그 사이에서 무참히 드러난 잔재들은 무엇이든 파괴할 수 있는 자연의 힘을 상기시키는 순간이었다아르샴은 일상성을 대표하는 컴퓨터,핸드폰시계자동차혹은 미술사적으로 중요한 오브제들에 모래석고화산재크리스탈 등을 활용하여 새롭게 침식된 유물로 탈바꿈 시킨다.또한 무참히 뜯어낸 벽면을 만들어 현실에 숨겨진 내부를 노출시키거나허구적 유물들로 가득 찬 낯선 공간을 창조한다작가의 디스토피안 시각은 우리가 현재 완벽하다고 믿는 문화적건축적 환상이 완전히 뒤틀린 미래를 먼저 경험하게 유도할 뿐만 아니라 인간과 오브제건축의 관계가 과거와 현재미래 사이에서 끊임없이 공존하고 충돌하는 세계를 엿보게 한다


Best known for his sculptural experiments with an idea of archaeology, Daniel Arsham (b.1980) explores a new sense of space by dismantling the boundaries between architecture, sculpture, and performance. One of the most influential moments triggering his fascination with architecture was Hurricane Andrew, which devastatingly hit Miami in 1992. Witnessing firsthand, the destruction to the buildings and the resulting debris from the damages, Arsham understands the incredible power of nature and its ability to destroy anything we build. By employing a wide range of mediums that evoke archeological perspectives, including sand, selenite, volcanic-ash, and crystal, Arsham uniquely transforms historical art objects or everyday items such as computer, clock, and car into newly eroded artifacts. He often creates torn-up walls in a specific place that tangle hidden realities and builds unfamiliar architectural space filled with fictional archeological objects. His distinctive dystopian vision not only induces us to experience the future where our cultural and architectural illusions are completely twisted, but also gives us a glimpse into a world where the past, present, and future constantly coexist through the relationship between human, objects, and architecture. 

 



 

Born in 1980 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Lives and works in New York, USA

 

Selected Solo Shows 

2020

Musée Guimet, Paris, France (forthcoming)
Perrotin, Shanghai, China (forthcoming)
Relics of Kanto Through Time, Nanzuka Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (forthcoming)
Paris 2020, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France
Life on Europa, Eden Rock, Saint Barth

 

2019
HOW Museum, Shanghai, China
The Source: A Catalog of Late-20th-Century American Relics, Cranbrook Art Museum, Detroit, USA
Connecting Time, MOCO Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2018

3018, Perrotin New York, USA

Moon Stone, Wall House Museum, Saint Barth


2017

The Angel of Repose, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France 
Moving Architecture, VDNKh, Moscow, Russia 
It Speaks, Oi Futuro, Rio de Jainero, Brazil
Lunar Garden, Visionaire, New York, USA
Crystal Toys, Perrotin, Seoul, South Korea
Hyundai Motorstudios, Seoul, South Korea
Hourglass, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, USA

 

 

Selected Group Shows 

2020

To the Hoop: Basketball and Contemporary Art, curated by Emily Stamey, Ph.D., Weatherspoon Art Museum, UNC Greensboro, Greensboro, USA

 

2019 

Crystal: Visible and Invisible, Curated by Joachim Pissaro, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, USA
Chairs Beyond Right and Wrong, Curated by Raquel Cayre, R & Company, New York, USA

 

2018

Mickey: The True Original, Curated by Darren Romanelli, New York, USA
Héritage, 
Centre d'art contemporain départemental l'arTsenal, Freux, France
Eco-Visionaries, Curated by Pedro Gadanho and Mariana Pestana, Museu Arte Arquitetura Tecnologia, Lisbon, Portugal

 

2017
Art Festival Watou, Schore, Belgium
Jump Ball, Dio Horio Contemporary Art Platform, Mykonos, Greece

 

Public Collections

Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA
Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
DIOR Collection, Paris, France
The Four Seasons Miami Collection, Miami, USA

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, USA
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), Miami, USA
Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), USA
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA

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