ArandaLasch makes objects, installations and buildings through a deep investigation of culture, materials, and algorithmic processes. Located in New York City and Tucson, the studio is led by Benjamin Aranda, Joaquín Bonifaz and Chris Lasch. Their work is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and The Art Institute of Chicago. Recognition includes the United States Artists Award, the League Emerging Voices Award, and the Graham Foundation. Their early projects are the subject of the book, Tooling, and the more recent publication, Trace Elements. ArandaLasch has exhibited internationally in galleries, museums and is represented by Volume Gallery and Gallery All. The Sarasota Museum of Art and Volume Gallery recently exhibited their decade-long project in making baskets with Native American weavers. Dedicated to education, Benjamin Aranda teaches at The Cooper Union in New York City and Chris Lasch is president of The School of Architecture (TSOA) in Arizona.
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