recently announced that it will be presenting Daniel Arsham’s “Kick the Tires and Light the Fires” exhibition from April 5 through May 3. The exhibition presents a new series of Arsham’s sculptural and two-dimensional work, based around aspects of American culture, the archeology of memory, and the value of conventional objects. Objects familiar and integral to America’s cultural heritage, such as Goodyear tires, NBA basketballs, and a McDonald’s sign, are cast directly at their original scale. Rather than replicating them classically with plastics or alloys, he instead uses rocks and minerals, such as obsidian, quartz, volcanic ash or glacial dust. In case you’re interested in attending, there will be an opening reception from 6-8 p.m. on April 5.
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