• Rachel Owens at VOLTA13

    Consumer culture and environmental concerns imbue the shattered glass and resin sculptures by Rachel Owens (presented by ZieherSmith, New York). As the centerpiece for her recent solo exhibition at the gallery, Owens cast from the Alley Pond Giant, a 130-foot-tall tulip poplar tree in Queens, New York, and considered the tallest and oldest living organism […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments June 12, 2017
  • 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
  • Materiality Collection by Cooperativa Panorámica

    Everyday materials, such as basalt stone, glass, copper, and terrazzo are beautifully hand-crafted into contemporary objects. Mexican design group Cooperativa Panorámica creates new identities for this collection of materials, exalting the objects’ “materiality” and enhancing their physical qualities. The materials featured in this collection are those that grace the everyday lives of many Mexican people. From the basalt […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments October 30, 2013
  • GlassFloor: Game Changer

    Like a chameleon the ASB GlassFloor can change its surface to accommodate nearly any sport, indoor and outdoor.  One surface is all you need to play. Made from glass, ceramic and aluminum the GlassFloor combines the technology of tempered safety glass with LED light sequencing that changes with a simple touch of the remote.  A […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments August 2, 2013
  • Eric Franklin: The Body Electric

    As an artistic medium, glass is an anomaly— at once sturdy and then vulnerable to the elements.  Eric Franklin‘s handmade borosilicate glass and ionized neon sculptures enliven and illuminate the anatomical model.  While sculptures in the Skull and Embodiment series are loaded with a post-mortem theme, they are in fact celebrations of life.     To […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 9, 2013
  • Luke Jerram: Viral Control

    We are strangers from ourselves, in particular the anatomical construction that literally holds the fibers of our being in place.  The space within the body is as infinite and unknowable to the untrained eye as the celestial bodies that dwell above.  An understanding of the viruses that thrive within the human body are known to […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 1, 2012