• Issue 15 Foreword

    If Installation’s 15th Issue were a sitcom, it’s title would be something like “the one written in the artist’s words.”  For the first time each editorial department is written by a different contributor and thus the magazine reads with a crescendo of nuance and perspective.  Contributing Editor Daniel Rolnik visited Jen Stark’s Los Angeles studio […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments July 6, 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 […]

    Daniel Rolnik 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 […]

    Daniel Rolnik 0 Comments June 14, 2013
  • Issue 12 Foreword

    A digital archive never expires and its pages never fade or yellow.  There are no borders in digital publishing.  The only obstacle we face is the limit of our own imagination.  Looking back on 12 issues of Installation it seems like the content has become richer and time has revealed the incredible possibility and growth […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 13, 2013
  • Rebecca Manson: Manson Chaos

    Rebecca Manson is a sculptor whose belief and process partially lay in the hands of chaos.  She’s a rebellious one, who has taken the rules of classic pottery and thrown them out the window.  If she’s using clay that can only handle a heat rating of 100 degrees, she immediately turns the kiln up a […]

    Daniel Rolnik 0 Comments June 1, 2012