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The history of the garage, from its invention by Frank Lloyd Wright to its transformation into an incubator for subcultures & tech entrepreneurship. ‘Garage’, directed by artist Olivia Erlanger & architect Luis Ortega Govela screens on 18 July, 6:45pm

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The garage as emblem of suburban privatization. Watch 'Garage', a documentary exploring the history of this architectural turned cultural construct. + Q&A with directors artist Olivia Erlanger and architect Luis Ortega Govela TOMORROW, 6:45pm

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How has the garage come to serve as guest room? As game room? As home gym? As wine cellar? As secret bondage lair? ‘Garage’, directed by artist Olivia Erlanger and architect Luis Ortega Govela screens on 18 July, 6:45pm

Artist and curator Olivia Erlanger reimagines mermaid fantasies with her mysterious tail installation ‘Ida’, 2019 at a laundromat in LA. #OliviaErlanger  #Installation  #ContemporaryArt  #Art 

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In their recent book “Garage,” Olivia Erlanger and Luis Ortega Govela coin a term, “garageification,” which describes a strange excrescence, initially unrelated to the central functions of the home, acquiring a life of its own:

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In their recent book “Garage,” Olivia Erlanger and Luis Ortega Govela coin a term, “garageification,” which describes a strange excrescence, initially unrelated to the central functions of the home, acquiring a life of its own:

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In their recent book “Garage,” Olivia Erlanger and Luis Ortega Govela coin a term, “garageification,” which describes a strange excrescence, initially unrelated to the central functions of the home, acquiring a life of its own:

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In their recent book “Garage,” Olivia Erlanger and Luis Ortega Govela coin a term, “garageification,” which describes a strange excrescence, initially unrelated to the central functions of the home, acquiring a life of its own:

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How the Garage Became America’s Favorite Room Nikil Saval writes on the rise of the garage in American culture, as described in “Garage,” a new book by the artist Olivia Erlanger and the architect Luis Ortega Govela.

Olivia Erlanger and Luis Ortega's book, Garage, charts the structure’s relationship to subcultures, Silicon Valley entrepreneurship, and the workings of neoliberal capitalism.

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