Porsche x Mandala Club present: Daniel Arsham’s ‘Crystal Eroded Porsche 911 (992)’
In partnership with Mandala Club Porsche brings Daniel Arsham's 'Crystal Eroded Porsche 911 (992)' to Singapore.
In partnership with Mandala Club Porsche brings Daniel Arsham’s ‘Crystal Eroded Porsche 911 (992)’ to Singapore.
The ground floor of Mandala Club is transformed into an experiential Porsche brand space to showcase the artist’s expression of fictional archaeology with a sculpture seemingly created 1,000 years from today.
The 992-generation 911 Carrera 4S art car, which made its global debut at the artist’s “The House by Daniel Arsham” Selfridges space in London, expresses a distinct off-white tong throughout the exterior accented by eroded areas featuring quartz and pyrite crystals. These continue throughout the door roof and hood of the sculptural vehicle. The car’s interior has also been reworked with earth-tone stone-washed canvas to complement the aesthetic. This upholstery is dotted with Daniel Arsham marked drawings. The car is completed with an “ARSHAM 3019” license plate on the rear.
Daniel Arsham was born on 8 September 1980 in Cleveland Ohio and raised in Miami Florida. As an iconic artist of our time Arsham breathes new life into the everyday experimenting structurally to connect past present and future in unexpected forms. His work is distinguished by subtle changes in particular when he amalgamates objects in order to transform familiar structures.
Daniel Arsham’s ‘Crystal Eroded Porsche 911 (992)’ at Mandala Club is open to all and hopes to ignite the creativity and imagination of visitors.