• Minjae Lee’s Subconscious Compositions

    My work is just like meditation for me.  The basic principle of all my drawings is to illustrate fun and flowing compositions.  I try not to think about anything when I’m working because I like to immerse myself in the moment, I like to flow within the rhythm of the drawing.  As a result most […]

    Minjae Lee 0 Comments December 31, 2013
  • Robert Malte Engelsmann & Yosuke Tan: kaeghoro & untangle

    German illustrator Robert Malte Engelsmann (aka kaeghoro) gives Installation Magazine an exclusive first look into his most recent body of work, along with key insights into his artistic process.  Engelsmann collaborated remotely with Japanese artist Yosuke Tan (aka untangle), whose joint works are currently on view in a double exhibition titled untangle & kaeghoro at UDOK. in Japan.  Aside from […]

    Robert Malte Engelsmann 0 Comments November 20, 2013
  • Mat Chivers: Conflicting Notions of Fact and Fiction

    As part of an ongoing series of works on paper collectively entitled Perceptual Ecology, Mat Chivers has been making drawings that result from the mirroring and combination of self-made and found photographic images, film and CAD renderings.  A seasoned participant of the Venice Biennale, Chivers develops an intricate narrative and intriguing process to create complex […]

    Mat Chivers 0 Comments August 23, 2013
  • Alana Dee Haynes: Woven with Ink

    Through a sequence of intricate gestures, Alana Dee Haynes transforms photographs with delicate pen strokes.  A collection of photographs serves as the artist’s canvas to explore the human form and opportunity to apply texture. UNTITLED I had been experimenting with lace patterns for a few weeks when I came across this series of double exposure […]

    Alanda dee Haynes 0 Comments July 5, 2013
  • Jack Rutberg: Speaking in Whispers

    The breadth and depth of the artist roster at Jack Rutberg Fine Arts challenges the collections of many museums.  Installation and Jack Rutberg have a lot in common – we’re both based in Los Angeles and we are both committed to an international focus of artists working across all disciplines.  We asked the gallerist and […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 21, 2013
  • Roberto Calbucci: Between the Lines

    Roberto Calbucci examines the world through a macro and micro lens, investigating every nuance of the artist’s experience as well as the philosophical theorems that ordain the universe. Installation Magazine: We were first introduced to your work through Hollis Brown Thornton.  In our recent interview he cited you as a peer who has had an influence […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 26, 2013