Some shots of the new studio out west.
Aranda/Lasch’s project “20 Bridges for Central Park” was mentioned in the New York Times’ review of the Out of Hand show at the Museum of Art and Design.
The project will be on display until July 6, 2014 at the Museum of Art and Design in New York City.
Rosenberg, Karen. “Excursions in a Digitally Fabricated Landscape”. New York Times, October 24, 2013. Review of MAD exhibition, Out of Hand, Materializing the Postdigital
Aranda\Lasch projects Rose Chair and 20 Bridges featured in Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital at the Museum of Arts and Design. On display from October 16, 2013 to June 1, 2014
Aranda\ Lasch and Casey Rea’s collaboration “Primitives (This Could be an Extraordinary Find)”
Aranda\Lasch presents collaboration with Casey Reas at Bitforms Gallery as part of Casey Reas’ exhibition, Ultraconcentrated. On view Sep 5 – Oct 12, 2013.
Columbia University art students with Professor Matthew Ritchie visit the New York studio.
Aranda/Lasch has been featured in an article by DesignGallerist.com entitled “Cosmology*Aranda/Lasch”.
GalleristNY publishes review of ‘The Temptation of the Diagram’ at Andrea Rosen Gallery, organized by Matthew Ritchie. Pictured above is the diagram, Universal Tetrahedron #4 by Matthew Ritchie and Aranda\Lasch, 2008.
The New York studio visit to Johnson Gallery Warehouse.
The Morning Line is the subject of a new tutorial by the University of Melbourne Controlling Data Structures: Visualisation, Path Objects and Matching demonstration series.
Aranda\Lasch will be featured at “The Temptation of the Diagram”, an exhibition organized by Matthew Ritchie at the Andrea Rosen Gallery 2.
Benjamin Aranda gave a talk at the MoMA Rediscovering Henri Labrouste Symposium. 1:03:00
The Fox is Black features Aranda\Lasch, and particularly the Creator’s Project feature on Aranda\Lasch in an online article entitled “Aranda\Lasch Builds Crystals, Infinite Variation, and Practie on the Edges of Architecture”.
Benjamin Aranda will be part of a panel on Technologies of Ornamentation as part of the “Revisiting Henri Labrouste in the Digital Age” symposium sponsored by the MoMA.
Study for a wall.
Aranda/ Lasch was featured in the Spring/ Summer 2013 publication of IDOLIZE.
FENDI and Aranda\ Lasch’s project “Modern Primatives”
We are moving out of the world of data classification and into the world of pattern recognition.
— Marshall Macluhan
The Yeasayer Stage Environment has been published in an article on Architizer.
The Art Deco Project is featured in Cultured Magazine.
David Sokol. “Designing the District”. Cultured Magazine, Winter 2012, 84