Fascinated by the physical form of cameras, artist Daniel Arsham has created hundreds of replicas built out of plaster, glass, stone and sand as part of an exhibit titled "Reach Ruin" at the Philadelphia's Fabric Workshop and Museum. Arsham's work has us questioning a camera’s form over function. "Normally when we think about a camera we're mostly thinking about not the camera itself but what it can produce," says Arsham. "But the cultural product is the object, it's the camera itself. For me these cameras have in some ways an important historic and almost fetish quality about them."