• Robin Kang at VOLTA NY

    Robin Kang threads nuances between technological advances and the history of the textile industry via Jacquard loom handwork and patterned circuitry imagery.  Kang is founder and director of Chicago’s Carousel Space Project as well as Ridgewood, Queens project space PENELOPE.  Presented at VOLTA NY by Field Projects, New York.             […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments February 18, 2016
  • Devotion, Co-Curated by William Corwin at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery

    Devotion is a thought experiment.  I wanted to see how contemporary art would function when placed in a shrine/chapel/temple setting in which it would be hopefully viewed in the context of it’s original ritual usage.  Many of the pieces lent them selves easily to this metaphysical process–Eliszabeth Kley’s ceramic cages, Mike Ballou’s bird flock wall […]

    William Corwin 0 Comments December 30, 2015
  • Cyborg Curated by William Corwin at Zurcher Gallery

    Cyborg was curated on the premise that even non-technology based artists are acknowledging the changes in the concept of the figure that is taking place due to innovations in genetics, prosthetics and our understanding of alternate forms of consciousness that co-exist with our own.  As our idea of the human body in relation to its […]

    William Corwin 0 Comments December 30, 2015
  • MOO + SCOPE Limited Edition

    MOO+SCOPE Limited Edition will be displayed in Miami Beach in a remarkable configuration (Booth H19) and also available in an exclusive numbered run of 500 featuring the work of  Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic.  Installation Magazine offers an exclusive giveaway to five lucky readers.       Inspired by the Eames House of Cards, the MOO+SCOPE Limited Edition offers endless […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments December 2, 2015
  • Outside the Lines, Too

    As children many of us coveted a Crayola collection boasting every conceivable color on the palette with whimsical names like Permanent Geranium Lake, Mango Tango, Granny Smith Apple, Pacific Blue and Vivid Violet.  We could color our world with any shade and thus our crayons, colored pencils and markers were our tools to channel our […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments October 1, 2015
  • “CHATEAU REBELS” Part Two

    In the days before the opening of “CHATEAU REBELS” at 4AM Gallery in the Pacific Design Center, Gregory Siff and Louis Cannizzarro AKA LouisXXX  sit on bended knees in front of the gallery.  Gregory opens a bag of markers of various thickness and color, but mainly pink and black and lines them up against the glass wall.  In […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments September 10, 2015