Lalana Fedorschak is a multi-disciplinary artist working with a variety of materials and techniques. Her skills include handbuilding, moldmaking, slipcasting, glaze testing, wheel thowing, atmospheric firing, woodworking, MIG and TIG welding, metal casting, 3-D CAD and CAM software, photography, textile and fiber practices.

Eclectic interests include body horror and practical effects, pain theory, abjection and mortality salience, chemistry and imaging techniques, poststructuralism, intersectional feminism and queer theory.

Lalana is a second-year MFA candidate in Ceramics at Ohio University. She completed her undergraduate degree in Ceramics at Northern Arizona University and was a post-baccalaureate student at Indiana University Southeast.