Installation Magazine By the Installation Magazine editorial team.
  • The Content of Cotton Installation Magazine in conversation with MOO about the fiber of a new innovation in printing.  It all begins with a cotton t-shirt.  The cotton textile is one that all of us are familiar with however we don’t tend to think of the material as being repurposed or even capable of being turned into a product […] 0 Comments May 6, 2019
  • The Road to the Desert There is something meditative about the road to the desert.  Palm Springs is located approximately 120 miles East of Los Angeles and offers a break from the urban noise with its white snow-capped San Bernardino Mountains, larger than life windmills and symmetrical Palm trees that extend along sandy roads cloaking the valley in a sacred […] 0 Comments April 29, 2019
  • One Artists Five Oceans                               If you are interested in helping me bring awareness to a broader audience about the state of our oceans go to     0 Comments November 12, 2018
  • The Old Gods                           All images photographed by David Riley, courtesy of William Corwin and Geary Contemporary, 2018. 0 Comments October 9, 2018
  • Rachel Owens at VOLTA13 Consumer culture and environmental concerns imbue the shattered glass and resin sculptures by Rachel Owens (presented by ZieherSmith, New York). As the centerpiece for her recent solo exhibition at the gallery, Owens cast from the Alley Pond Giant, a 130-foot-tall tulip poplar tree in Queens, New York, and considered the tallest and oldest living organism […] 0 Comments June 12, 2017
  • Erika Harrsch at VOLTA13 Butterflies are a recurring theme for Erika Harrsch (presented by RoFa Projects, Potomac), as their distinctive shapes and flock patterns become the basis for exploring migration, sexual identity, immigration reform, and physical boundaries.                   0 Comments June 12, 2017