Daniel Arsham, Curtain, 2007: EPS foam, plaster gauze: 6.9 ft x 48 3/4 in
Daniel Arsham‘s work oscillates between the sculptural, the architectural and the performative. His work examines the ways we relate to space and architecture, manipulating materials such as foam and plaster to create works that juxtapose the natural world with the manufactured one.
Daniel Arsham graduated from Cooper Union in 2003. He works with architect Alex Mustonen in the project “Snarkitecture,” where they realize collaborative commissioned projects. Arsham has collaborated with important personalities such as Merce Cunningham, the choreographer Jonah Bokaer and the fashion designer Hedi Slimane.
Six erosions to the center (2), 2007: EPS foam, plaster, paint: 40 x 40 x 40 in
Daniel Arsham, Cloud
Hammock, 2007: EPS foam, plaster gauze: 45.25 in x 9.10 ft x 67 in
Images via Daniel Arsham