• The Weekly Splice of Paul Fraser

    In his latest series Weekly Splice, Fraser collects one recorded sound or other non-copyrighted sounds per day.  Each Sunday he gives himself less than two hours to splice together seven sounds to great short songs and soundscapes.  Enjoy a fresh splice each week! Installation Magazine:  Would you be able to speak a bit more about the […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments April 3, 2014
  • Lisa Adams: An Evolving Practice

    My first official assignment as a writer sent me to Downtown, Los Angeles at the Santa Fe Artist Colony to interview Lisa Adams.  It was the winter of 2008, nearly five years exactly that I met Lisa for the first time.  She had just applied spray paint to a large work titled We Destroyed the […]

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  • Issue 07 Foreword

    It all begins with a conversation.  Artists and collectors are connected by a web of association and it is through these conversations from seemingly disparate sources- whether it’s the person you first meet at a gallery opening, or an artist you accidentally find when conducting a Google search- that opens Pandora’s box. In our interview […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 20, 2013
  • In Shaping the Future We Trust

    Editor’s Letter   We often hear the word “trust” in quotidian culture as a way of conveying a promise.  Employed by advertising agencies, corporations, and the US government, “trust” has disintegrated into a sea of semantics tugged and pulled at will to construct a manufactured state of stability. As certain as the rhythm of a […]

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  • Quam Odunsi: Analogue

    A wall of immaculate vintage film and video cameras lined the entryway of Quam Odunsi’s first LA solo exhibition Anachronistic Capture: Motion & Stills at Design Matters. In a moment characterized by rapidly transmitted digital images, Odunsi’s conviction to document the world through analogue lens types such as Polaroid, Fujiroid, 35mm, and Super 8mm film […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 1, 2012
  • Kid Zoom

    The “home” is our first “first”— where milestones of our development occur, where hearts are broken then mended, and family dinners occur every night like clockwork.  It is also the site where we develop a sense of trust about the world beyond the security of the home. Whether we’ve grown up in a “house” or […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 1, 2012