• Dustin Yellin at VOLTA NY

    Dustin Yellin is the founder of Red Hook’s Pioneer Works Center for Art and Education.  He exhibits selections of his signature ‘painting sculptures’, culling from his ongoing dynamically figurative cosmos Psychogeographies as well as intimately-scaled acrylic and glass contrasts. As well, Yellin was selected to participate during this season’s New York City Ballet’s Art Series […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments March 1, 2015
  • Chinook Arc : A Social Catalyst

    Joe O’Connell founder of Creative Machines, a collective of artists, engineers and craftsman based in Tucson, Arizona discusses his latest installation in Canada. Featured video: Visitors can control the sculpture’s 48 lights through a custom-designed optical sensor.  The sensor allows people to change light sequences effectively turning the entire sculpture into a low-resolution screen that reproduces […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 3, 2014
  • Michael John Kelly

    Monsters All Monsters This is an animation of Jim Shaw singing to my studio.  I’m watching on webcam from the past, before I moved back to LA to attend UCLA for my MFA  My friends call me Mike Kelly, but obviously I’ve never considered showing under that name.  Moving to LA I wondered how I […]

    Michael John Kelly 0 Comments December 2, 2013
  • Daniel Barreto: Urban Density

    Installation recently discovered the works of emerging artist Daniel Barreto on Tumblr.  A freelance artist still pursuing an art degree, Barreto thrives by sharing his work on a dynamic, interactive platform.  Barreto presents a diverse body of work that juxtaposes technology with traditional mediums.   Installation Magazine: The Photography Series of Profiles merges the urban landscape […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments May 11, 2013
  • Hollis Brown Thornton: R.I.P. VHS

    Hollis Brown Thornton describes his fascination with dated technology and memory from his upcoming solo show at Linda Warren Projects in Chicago, on view April 12- May 31.     Installation Magazine:  How did you become an artist? Hollis Brown Thornton: It began as a childhood hobby.  In high school, I had a great teacher who […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 9, 2013