Before the movie bug bit, artist Daniel Arsham worked in sculpture media and paint. Now he’s buried in a visionary production named Future Relics, whose ambitious story meanders through nine distinct time periods over five hundred years of future human history and requires nine separate casts! During prep, Daniel researched archaeological digs and became fascinated by remains of tools left by prior archaeologists a century ago among the ancient remains of an extinct civilization that perished millenniums ago.
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