• GalleryLOG: Faces of Art

    Installation was first introduced to GalleryLOG upon our arrival in Manhattan as we accepted the tremendous invitation to act as the main media partner for VOLTA NY.  Before the hum drum of the fair began and the doors were officially opened to the public there was a moment of calm before the roar.  As the early […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments August 27, 2014
  • David Eddington: Take Me to the River

    The urban structure of Los Angeles illicit curiosity, particularly the series of twenty-seven bridges that run throughout Los Angeles connecting the San Fernando Valley to Long Beach.  Since their construction in 1909 the bridges and the LA River that runs beneath it like a labyrinth offers solace to artists like David Eddington, who frequently traverses […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 24, 2014
  • Lisa Adams: Location Unknown

    The viewer’s gaze unhinges the schism between a utopic past and a dystopic present, whose wrath is concealed by an arsenal of exacting moves executed invisibly by the hand of artist Lisa Adams.  By implementing a set of painterly techniques of her own creation, which includes the meticulous use of sponge rollers to create mosaic […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 24, 2014
  • Spencer Lowell: The Urban Alchemist

      “The photographic method is like observation because you’re taking notes, forming hypothesis, bring samples back to the lab, you’re processing them and then you’re drawing conclusions and sharing what you find with people and essentially that’s one of the best parts.” How did a zebra find itself on a splintered asphalt highway in the […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 1, 2014
  • Sia, Daniel Askill, Ryan Heffington and Maddie Ziegler Elevate Chandeliers

    “Chandelier” marks the first promotional single from Sia, the Australian singer/songwriter’s upcoming studio album, “1000 Forms of Fear.” The poignant songwriting by Sia and Jesse Shatkin setup an environment for emotional exploration expected from talents that have written #1 singles over and over again. While we may have had “Chandelier” on repeat in the office over […]

    Garet Field-Sells 0 Comments May 7, 2014
  • The Current Sea: GIF of Fools II

    April is the month of fools, and we can think of no better way to celebrate than with the pinnacle of Internet ephemera: The Animated GIF. The Current Sea is a GIF design team in Los Angeles that focuses on the confluence of the Analog and the Digital. They create whimsical digital chimeras, often employing Analog […]

    The Current Sea 0 Comments April 8, 2014