• Pulp Fiction

    A note on the cover: The creative process is one that comes full circle.  When Installation Magazine was first introduced to the world, we were in print.  We were fortunate enough that Hugh Holland’s photograph “The Spectators” appeared on the cover.  Several years ago, Mona Kuhn collaborated with The Billboard Creative and fell in love with […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments May 22, 2019
  • Lisa Adams “Petrichor”

    A drought has plagued Southern California for nearly a decade.  Lisa Adams possesses an intuitive and effortless connection to her surroundings whether it’s her daily walks through the asphalt jungle of Downtown Los Angeles, visits to the LA River, or exploratory hikes in the mountains.  In recent weeks, Los Angeles has experienced an unusual and […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments February 24, 2017
  • Siri Kaur: Plates + Slides

    Her images, originating in diverse locations including Iceland, New England, Alaska and Southern California, reveal an artistic practice that is deeply personal, yet universal, oscillating between anxiety and yearning for a better world.  Kaur’s haunting, signature use of light betrays unexpressed desires lurking behind her subjects’ ruminative gazes, while the eerily perfect settings feel inhabited […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 24, 2014
  • Visiting Vasa’s Studio

      Over time the configurations of the set would change from leaning towers, to miniature fortresses, pyramids, or stacks.  Vasa’s work invites whoever may have been sitting in  front of  the  table  to interact  with  the cubes,  move them, hold them in the palm of their hand and admire the intricate prisms contained inside.  The […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 24, 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