Wedge Gallery at Woodbury School of Architecture will host Untethered, an exhibition by faculty member Anali Gharakhani. Anali is a designer working primarily with matter, space and experience. Her research explores the threshold between art and architecture within the urban realm in an attempt to intervene the public routine. Anali’s furniture, drawings and models have been featured in a number of exhibitions including Dwell on Design and the WUHO Gallery. Her recent work includes diagrams and reproduced drawings for several built and unbuilt projects by Gregory Ain to be published in the forthcoming book titled “Gregory Ain: Low-Cost Modern Housing and the Construction of a Social Landscape” edited by Anthony Fontenot. She is currently curating an exhibition showcasing a variety of critical objects to mark this point in the history of twenty-first century design culture with a conscious effort to reflect advancements in technology as well as traditional modes of craft, generously supported by the Woodbury University Faculty Development Grant. In addition to her studio research and practice, she’s been teaching design studios and various seminars at Woodbury School of Architecture and Otis College of Art and Design since 2015.