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Melanie Bonajo: Nature as a One Night Stand

GalleryLOG, Installation Magazine and VOLTA team up to bring you a compelling new series of artist videos to celebrate the 10th anniversary of VOLTA at Basel. Watch Melanie Bonajo explore a plant perspective.

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Kadar Brock: The Gesture of a Mark

GalleryLOG, Installation Magazine and VOLTA team up to bring you a compelling new series of artist videos to celebrate the 10th anniversary of VOLTA at Basel. Learn about Kadar Brock's artistic process.

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Peter Funch: Connecting with a Disconnect

GalleryLOG, Installation Magazine and VOLTA team up to bring you a compelling new series of artist videos to celebrate the 10th anniversary of VOLTA at Basel. Join Peter Funch as he explores beauty in unexpected places.

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Anthony Goicolea: An Unfolding Tableau

GalleryLOG, Installation Magazine and VOLTA team up to bring you a compelling new series of artist videos to celebrate the 10th anniversary of VOLTA at Basel. Discover how Anthony Goicolea adjusts reality to create his work.

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Patrick Jacobs: An Architecture of Lenses

GalleryLOG, Installation Magazine and VOLTA team up to bring you a compelling new series of artist videos to celebrate the 10th anniversary of VOLTA at Basel. Look through the lens and discover new environments with Patrick Jacobs.

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Todd Pavlisko: The Mathematics of a Bullet

GalleryLOG, Installation Magazine and VOLTA team up to bring you a compelling new series of artist videos to celebrate the 10th anniversary of VOLTA at Basel. Join Todd Pavlisko as he embarks on a journey that may change his artistic practice.

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Journal

Lisa Adams in Conversation

Poised and collected, Lisa Adams sits at attention. Collecting her thoughts and articulating the rigor of the commitment to her practice, a quiet room is filled with images of the artist's past. As a child she created her own secret world under the dining room table. Today she executes her dreams into reality.

Emerge

Mandy Kahn Presents Math, Heaven, Time0

Mandy Kahn Presents Math, Heaven, Time

Los Angeles has been a massive influence on my creative practice.  There’s a culture of collaboration here that’s so fluid, so generous, so humble and so fertile that I can’t seem to spend more than a ...

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Discover

Todd Pavlisko: The Mathematics of a Bullet0

Todd Pavlisko: The Mathematics of a Bullet

For Todd Pavlisko’s solo exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum titled Crown, the artist was granted permission from the City Council of Cincinnati and the museum to create a work within the museum with a sniper ...

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Collect

Celebrating SMMoA's 10 Years of INCOGNITO with Dr. V. Joy Simmons0

Celebrating SMMoA’s 10 Years of INCOGNITO with Dr. V. Joy Simmons

The luminosity of the doors reflect her passion and commitment to the city of Los Angeles and its artists.  A radiologist, avid collector and advocate of the arts – her dedication to the art scene of ...

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Install

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Behind The Momentum of United Visual Artists

United Visual Artists talk to Installation about their latest installation Momentum at The Curve, Barbican Centre.  Understand the technology behind the collective’s immersive environment showcasing the physicality of the space through light and sound.  If you find yourself in ...

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Evolve

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Kick Start Cat Canyon in the Home Stretch

As our book addresses life philosophies for the Internet Age, we felt it important to write the book in the language of the Internet…there’s nothing that says “for the Internet” quite like a dancing Cat ...

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Vanguard

Judy Gelles: The Fourth Grade Project0

Judy Gelles: The Fourth Grade Project

The combination of frontal and reverse portraits allowed for the development of both personal and universal stories.  The children are presented as individuals; however, their stories speak to greater pervasive truths and problems within our society. ...

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Installation at VOLTA 10

Anthony Goicolea: An Unfolding Tableau0

Anthony Goicolea: An Unfolding Tableau

Anthony Goicolea continues to push his fantastic photographic tableaux, maneuvering from the wildly complex multiple self-portraits that he perfected in the previous decade to conceptual territories of displacement and alienation in unpopulated hybrid landscapes.

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Peter Funch: Connecting with a Disconnect0

Peter Funch: Connecting with a Disconnect

Peter Funch has established himself as a very respected contemporary art photographer. He just had his second solo exhibition at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen, and simultaneously his work is to be experienced as part of the Danish Pavilion at the World EXPO in Shanghai.

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Kadar Brock: The Gesture of a Mark0

Kadar Brock: The Gesture of a Mark

Brooklyn-based abstraction alchemist Kadar Brock approaches his paintings as objects themselves, sanding and abrading them and extracting colorful remnants from old canvases as surface materials and activated media toward new works. His process of creation, deletion, recycling, and renewal achieves results that blur the line between

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Melanie Bonajo: Nature as a One Night Stand0

Melanie Bonajo: Nature as a One Night Stand

Captivated by concepts of the divine, Melanie Bonajo explores the spiritual emptiness of her generation through photographs, performances, and films. She questions our shifting relationship with nature and tries to understand existential questions by looking at our domestic situation and changes to humanity at large. Her

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Todd Pavlisko: The Mathematics of a Bullet0

Todd Pavlisko: The Mathematics of a Bullet

For Todd Pavlisko’s solo exhibition at the Cincinnati Art Museum titled Crown, the artist was granted permission from the City Council of Cincinnati and the

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Patrick Jacobs: An Architecture of Lenses0

Patrick Jacobs: An Architecture of Lenses

Patrick Jacobs intentionally blurs boundaries between the traditional artistic media of painting, sculpture and photography in his works. At the same time, they present the

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20+20: The Photography Issue

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David DiMichele

In the series Pseudo Documentation David DiMichele plays a game with his audience about the perception and reality of installations.  You would think that the title would be a dead giveaway, but a “pseudo documentation” of what ...

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In Blank We Trust

Chris Engman: Exploring the Angles of Reality1

Chris Engman: Exploring the Angles of Reality

“I’m sure that I prolong my life through these things.” – Chris Engman Work by Chris Engman, photos courtesy of Luis De Jesus Los Angeles Imagine glancing quickly past photographer Chris Engman’s work, Transplant—where the entire image of ...

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California

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Los Angeles Street Art Grid

While Art in the Streets at Geffen Contemporary MOCA has recently cast a national spotlight on what was once an underground world of street and graffiti art, Known Gallery has cultivated and exhibited works from those ...

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