The work of Daniel Arsham considers our place in time, from a future archeological perspective or through the use of materials such as minerals, crystals, or sand which are associated with time. The hourglass is an object that is expected to measure time through the movement of sand. Presenting this object in the strong and static material of bronze freezes time, inviting the viewer to consider the present moment.
Visit Then Now Beyond to view the Bronze Hourglass up-close.
Then Now Beyond is a thematic exhibition that celebrates The Hour Glass’ 40 year commitment to advancing watch culture around the world.
Held at Malmaison by The Hour Glass, the exhibition will run from 24 November 2019 – 31 January 2020.
Malmaison by The Hour Glass is located at 270 Orchard Road #01-01, Singapore 238857 (Directions)
38.7 x 15.9 x 15.9 cm
Who is Daniel Arsham?
Daniel Arsham is an American contemporary artist based in New York City. His works revolve strongly around the concept of a hypothetical future time, attempting to materialise his ideas and concepts through art/cultural mediums such as architecture, archaeological sculptures, drawings and films.