Visiting Artist


Pneuhaus is a design collective working within the fields of event structures, spatial and object design, and contemporary art. 

The group was co-founded in 2013 by designers Matthew Muller and August Lehrecke, who both attended the Rhode Island School of Design in the department of Furniture Design. Starting as Matt and August's thesis collaboration, Pneuhaus swiftly expanded into a sphere of potential the two could not deflate. Relocating in North Providence the summer of 2014 the pair were joined by fellow RISD alum Hunter Blackwell, Glass '14 and Levi Bedall an old friend and recent grad from The Ohio State University, Architecture '14. Focused around designing objects and spaces that require an active participation from their audience, their work covers a wide range of fields ranging from experimental material explorations to functioning objects.

Visiting artist at Arts Letters & Numbers Summer Workshop 2015.

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Peeraya Suphasidh

"I trust in the assembly of things in space and their abilities to provoke new apparatus onto the lived ambiances. 
I wish to learn and advance the methodology of creating these things; the essence and the process of their
becoming. By meditated means of explorations, at many different levels, certain things become clearer while
other fades away. Points of departures and point of pauses, all interconnected, leads to both constructed and
imaginative ends. I'm interested in the process, more so of capturing its trajectories. Like millions of butterflies in mid-air at the same time, all pinned at different points in space - we look at them from different spectrums of the looking glass. The expanse of the possibilities is extremely alluring; the speculation of space limitless."

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