Daniel Rolnik Daniel Rolnik is a writer based in Los Angeles. His career started when he handed an old band’s flyer to a girl named Pocahontas, who for no particular reason invited him to write for a new magazine called LA Record. Since then, he’s gone on to interview some of the raddest artists in the world for websites like FecalFace and Argot & Ochre. And now he is also a contributing writer to publications like LA Weekly, Hi Fructose, Beautiful/Decay, CARTWHEEL, Bulkka, Hurley, Reserve Result, etc… If you ever hear “Hi, I’m Daniel” at an art opening, then just know that he’s probably near. Daniel Rolnik is The World’s Most Adorable Art Critic.
  • “So the Echo” by Brandon Boyd Contributing Editor Daniel Rolnik got his hands on a copy of So the Echo, a new book from rock ‘n’ roll front man and visual artist Brandon Boyd.  The lucid text and raw illustrations are as poetic as Boyd’s lyrics and echo a raw humanity. Can rock and roll singers experience pain like the rest of […] 0 Comments November 18, 2013
  • DesignerCon 2013 Contributing Editor Daniel Rolnik speaks to Ayleen Gaspar of DesignerCon, an event for toy makers taking place this weekend at the Pasadena Convention Center.     Daniel Rolnik: How did DesignerCon start? I heard it used to be called the Vinyl Toy Network.  Why did the name change? Ayleen Gaspar: As the show has grown over the […] 0 Comments November 8, 2013
  • Intellectual Property Prints at the Standard Downtown Los Angeles Intellectual Property Prints presented limited edition work at the Standard Hotel in Downtown, Los Angeles.  Installation contributing editor and co-founder of Intellectual Property Prints Daniel Rolnik reflects on the print premiere. Last night, the artist John Knuth* took a flame to The Standard hotel in downtown Los Angeles and lit it on fire while friends and […] 0 Comments October 2, 2013
  • FriendsWithYou: Behind the Curtain Say hello to FriendsWithYou.  For more than a decade they have created a world of whimsical characters, playful animations, plush toys and inflatable installations.  Recently the duo relocated to a secret location somewhere in Los Angeles and Installation sent Daniel Rolnik out to find them.  FriendsWithYou will join a lineup of ten nationally and internationally […] 0 Comments August 2, 2013
  • Jen Stark: One Million Pieces I first heard about Jen Stark in 2007, when she cut one million pieces of paper to create the sculpture How to Become a Millionaire in 100 Days.  I couldn’t get it off my mind as I drove out to her studio.  The first thing I asked was if her hands hurt by the end […] 0 Comments July 4, 2013
  • Daniel Rolnik: Pop-Up Magic In Issue 10 we presented an exclusive feature on Daniel Rolnik’s latest curatorial endeavor, THE PRINT POP COLLECTION at The Venice Art Walk.  Now that a few weeks have passed, Daniel shares his thoughts with Installation on the success of the pop-up and the future of his newly co-founded venture Intellectual Property Prints. By Daniel […] 0 Comments June 14, 2013