Michael Ashkin: Architecture Is for Creeps

A view of associate professor of art Michael Ashkin's exhibition Architecture Is For Creeps, on display in Milstein Gallery.
A view of associate professor of art Michael Ashkin's exhibition Architecture Is For Creeps, on display in Milstein Gallery.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of the exhibition.
A sculpture in the exhibition.
A sculpture in the exhibition.
Three 2D works made of corrugated cardboard and duct tape.
Three 2D works made of corrugated cardboard and duct tape.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of the exhibition.
A sculpture made from corrugated cardboard and duct tape.
A sculpture made from corrugated cardboard and duct tape.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of the exhibition.
A 2D piece made of corrugated cardboard and duct tape.
A 2D piece made of corrugated cardboard and duct tape.
A sculpture made of corrugated cardboard.
A sculpture made of corrugated cardboard.
A chair made of fir strips and clamps.
A chair made of fir strips and clamps.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of the exhibition.
Cardboard model.
Cardboard model.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of the exhibition.
The exhibition poster for Architecture is for Creeps.
The exhibition poster for Architecture is for Creeps.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of the exhibition.
A view of associate professor of art Michael Ashkin's exhibition Architecture Is For Creeps, on display in Milstein Gallery. A view of the exhibition. A sculpture in the exhibition. Three 2D works made of corrugated cardboard and duct tape. A view of the exhibition. A sculpture made from corrugated cardboard and duct tape. A view of the exhibition. A 2D piece made of corrugated cardboard and duct tape. A sculpture made of corrugated cardboard. A chair made of fir strips and clamps. A view of the exhibition. Cardboard model. A view of the exhibition. A view of the exhibition. A view of the exhibition. The exhibition poster for Architecture is for Creeps. A view of the exhibition.