Anna Ayeroff: Where is She Now?
When Installation first featured the work of Anna Ayeroff, she appeared as a transition artist in our debut issue California. We recently caught up with the Los Angeles based artist to learn about her latest projects. For the past two years, my work has revolved around the early feminist utopian novel, Moving the Mountain by Charlotte […]
Jennifer B. Hudson Meditates on Medic and Melancholy
I am a devoted collector of keepsakes and relics, and feel as though the physical DNA of the owner, or giver, is woven into the object, leaves an imprint, and infuses it with preciousness. The jars in this image are filled with photographs, love notes, letters, and personal relics, along with milk, honey, water, and […]
June Wayne: The June Wayne Connection
The influence of June Wayne extends beyond the walls of the Tamarind Lithography Workshop. Like a stone that ripples water in a pond, her work and legacy continue to influence the practice of Lithography and have impacted the lives of Installation founders A. Moret and Garet Field-Sells. In many ways she is an artist that […]
John West: The Technology of Yesterday
When John West picks up a camera, his eyes light up with a charming childlike innocence and wonderment. Installation was invited inside West’s Los Angeles home to explore his extensive collection of stunning cameras including six Leicas, vintage flash bulbs, original user manuals sealed in Ziplock bags and unexposed film preserved in its original packaging. […]