A. MORET / Editor-in-Chief, Co-Founder
Since graduating from the Annenberg School of Communication with a double major in Mass Communication Theory and Art History, Moret has developed a fine art editorial background in her contributions to regional and national publications. Before founding Installation, she was a member of the editorial team of the Los Angeles Times Magazine. A collector and art enthusiast, Moret curates our weekly features and inspiring collaborations. @byamoret
GARET FIELD-SELLS / Creative Director, Co-Founder
A born storyteller, Field-Sells began his career in print design, fashion, and photography. His career on both coasts and passion for travel have led him to absorb the wide array of cultural and design influences around the world. Fascinated by the possibilities technology bring to the world of publishing, Field-Sells imagined Installation as the first all-digital arts and culture publication. With a keen eye for detail and a rich design aesthetic, he has built every page of Installation with an unwavering commitment to presenting compelling artist features and interactive collaborations. @fieldsells
We inspire dialogue that transcend the “art world” and engage with those who are curious about what art actually is, or can be. Installation Magazine is the first all-digital contemporary art magazine for the iPad, iPhone and web. A weekly curated fine arts and lifestyle publication, we juxtapose thoughtful analysis with visceral, lucid, and imaginative photography and art direction. Installation is the architect of tomorrow, featuring innovation, new territories, emerging icons, high profile and rising international artists, designers, architects, publishers, musicians and filmmakers.
Installation Media is a Los Angeles based creative arts publishing house founded in 2011 by Garet Field-Sells and A. Moret. Installation Magazine is our premier title. Created, developed and produced by founders A. Moret who serves as Editor-in-Chief, and Creative Director Garet Field-Sells. Produced in a boutique creative office space located at the Barker Hangar, Santa Monica, our magazine is available in over 90 countries. Both native Angelenos, Moret and Field-Sells present lucid and visceral text and interactive images from a West Coast perspective. Installation does not subscribe to the standardized practices of art reportage; instead we believe in creating a new manner to synthesize and converse and create a new conversation that is distinctly “nobrow.” Art should be a source of conversation, not intimidation.