Installation Magazine By the Installation Magazine editorial team.
  • Avital Burg at VOLTA12 Born in Tel Aviv and based in New York, journalist and visual artist Avital Burg (presented by Slag Gallery, Brooklyn) re-contextualizes art historic tropes of portraying charged interior spaces with experimental techniques and sociopolitical undertones.         0 Comments June 11, 2016
  • Fannie Allié at VOLTA12 Fanny Allié (presented by Fresh Window,Brooklyn) engages outlines of the human form — from collage to emotive neon installations — to question our relationship to our bodies and social movements, as well as the intrinsic memories contained within and in our absence.  Fanny Allié, Horses, 2015 0 Comments June 11, 2016
  • Derrick Adams at VOLTA NY Derrick Adams curates Something I Can Feel, the inaugural Curated Section at VOLTA NY.  Within the exhibition space, which offers an alternative viewing perspective within the fair’s conventional and commercial structure, Adams assembles eight emerging and under-the-radar artists.  In his words, “Something I Can Feel is a physically and psychologically textured exhibition exploring elements of […] 0 Comments February 29, 2016
  • Tschabalala Self at VOLTA NY Tschabalala Self unveils a new body of a work at VOLTA NY through her presenting institution, MoCADA (Brooklyn).  Self explores the intersectionality of race, gender, and sexuality around iconographic portrayals of the Black female body in contemporary culture.  The recent Yale School of Art MFA grad is participating concurrently in A Constellation, a major cross- […] 0 Comments February 18, 2016
  • Becca Lowry at VOLTA NY As magnifcent mixed-media paintings emulate shields, force felds, talismans, each imbued with layered connotations.  In the artist’s words: “These shields tend not to be combative — the pointy edges are more like the decorative fringe of a rug than they are the point of a spear. I think, instead, they’re meant to hold a person […] 0 Comments February 18, 2016
  • Brittany Nelson at VOLTA NY “An investigation and a general misuse of photographic chemistry and 19th Century photographic techniques”… Brittany Nelson’s bio provides a clue to her process. The young Richmond-based artist’s medium of choice is the tintype, a unique direct-positive exposure revived by hipsters for portrait photography, though Nelson fexes this collodian process with panache and confdence into the […] 0 Comments February 18, 2016