In the Present Future section at Arcade, Craig exhibited a skillfully rendered set of delicate graphite drawings on paper, as well as a floor work. The British artist digs into the complexities of space by illustrating sculptural forms in two dimensions. Enigmatic phrases are written on an internal frame, creating a double framing of unresolved questions. In Analytical Situation (Locked) (2014) three disconnected rings are bound by a different, fourth one, calling to mind Jacques Lacan’s use of knots as a metaphor for psychoanalysis. Meanwhile, in The Lazy Rush to Understand (2014), which shows a unicorn horn topped by a gorilla’s head, Darwinian narratives are mapped out on the wall. A floor sculpture titled Spike (2014) consists of a grid of concrete embedded with geometric shapes made of jesmonite that refer to markings made on theater stage floors. The symbols read like gestures, activating the space they inhabit.