Volume Gallery

Announcing our upcoming exhibition Coil & Cloud at Volume Gallery opening February 25th in their new space!

Another Circle wins

Another Circle is selected as one of the winning installations for Exhibit Columbus. Announced on Monday in the local Indiana papers, we are eager to build this project. Thank you Columbus!

The Indy Star

The Republic

Basket Weaving Workshop

On January 7th, students and families from Sells and Tucson, AZ, were invited to join award winning local basket weaver Terrol Dew Johnson in a hands-on learning experience as part of the current MOCA exhibition Meeting the Clouds Halfway. Participants learned about the traditional and contemporary Native American craft of basket weaving during a two-day workshop. Supported by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.

Terrol Dew Johnson

MOCA Tucson

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Architect’s Newspaper

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Sam Lubell, “Aranda\Lasch and Native American artist Terrol Dew Johnson combine traditional and modern craft in this new exhibition,” December 19, 2016

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Creators Project

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“How to conjure something from the desert, how to hold tradition from one generation to the next but still invent, and how to demand beauty from a demanding context.”

DJ Pangburn, “Native American Spiral Baskets Inspire an Architectural Art Installation,” November 26 2016

Creators Project

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“Nothing is imposed; it’s all intrinsic to the process, as if the desert is given new life in the weaver’s hands.”

Maria Cristina Didero, “Meeting the Clouds Halfway,” 14 November, 2016

Domus

Expanded Field

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Aranda\Lasch Camouflage View featured in Expanded Field

Ila Leslie Berman, Douglas Burnham. Expanded Field: Installation Architecture Beyond Art. ORO Editions/Applied Research & Design

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“It takes some tactical skills to survive in the desert.”

Sujata Burman, “Desert craft through the eyes of Aranda\Lasch makes for an exhibition with a twist,” November 14, 2016

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Artsy

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“Terrol, Ben, and Chris give two fucks. Three, four, five.”

Ariela Gittlen, “Aranda\Lasch Is Collaborating with the Tohono O’odham Nation to Create Futuristic Baskets,” Artsy, October 13th, 2016

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Surface

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Wolhandler, Hally. “Limited Edition: Railing Series by Aranda Lasch.” Surface Magazine February 2016: 39.

Surface Magazine

 

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Modern Magazine

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Check out ArandaLasch in Modern Magazine. Adam Dunlop-Farkas’ article explores Gallery ALL and the emerging exchange between Chinese and American designers.

Dunlop-Farkas, Adam. “Gallery ALL Opens Doors to New Ideas.” Modern Magazine Summer 2016: 20.

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PIN-UP

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Check out Aranda\Lasch in PIN-UP 20. Ian Volner’s article, “Budi Call”, dives into the Budidesa art park, in Bali, Indonesia. Available in stores for the Spring/Summer of 2016, and available online for purchase.

Volner, Ian. “Budi Call.” PIN-UP Spring-Summer 2016: 80.

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Exhibit Columbus

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Aranda\Lasch will be participating in the inaugural Exhibit Columbus that will run from September 29-October 1. As one of ten designers participating in the J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize Competition, the studio’s work will be on display throughout the event.

Exhibit Columbus