Installation view of Daniel Arsham's The Future was Then.

For his SCAD exhibition, Daniel Arsham took a long, narrow corridor of the museum and transformed it into a dizzying installation. His Wall Excavation, made of styrofoam and joint compound, is an example, he says, of making "architecture do things it's not supposed to do."  Photo 2 of 8 in When Art and Architecture Meet, the Results Can Be Wild

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Installation view of Daniel Arsham's The Future was Then.

For his SCAD exhibition, Daniel Arsham took a long, narrow corridor of the museum and transformed it into a dizzying installation. His Wall Excavation, made of styrofoam and joint compound, is an example, he says, of making "architecture do things it's not supposed to do."

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