• [An Eye for an I] presents Chris Otcasek

    Otcasek studied at the Columbus College of Art and Design (Columbus, OH) where he focused on painting and Art History.  Informed both by his traditional art background and 17 years as an Art Director and Lead Artist in the video games industry – Otcasek takes a bold and confident look at subjects we might overlook or so often […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments April 3, 2014
  • Behind The Momentum of United Visual Artists

    United Visual Artists talk to Installation about their latest installation Momentum at The Curve, Barbican Centre.  Understand the technology behind the collective’s immersive environment showcasing the physicality of the space through light and sound.  If you find yourself in London do not miss this experience, it is open to the public until 1 June, 2014.   Matthew Clark, […]

    United Visual Artists 0 Comments March 20, 2014
  • Deconstructed Text: Simeen Farhat at VOLTA NY

    Just as a literary piece is convincing when there is congruity and flow in the writing, along with interesting ideas, visual works of art become more engaging when they have a nice balance, rhythm and direction, along with a sincere thought process.  This is how I relate my formal compositions with that of the literal […]

    Simeen Farhat 0 Comments March 11, 2014
  • The SOLAR FLARE of Caitlind Brown

    After first discovering the installation work of Caitlind Brown and Wayne Garrett we were thrilled to learn of the artist’s recent endeavor SOLAR FLARE.     Architectural drafts of SOLAR FLARE by Ivan Ostapenko.  The aluminum core of the structure provides a rigid support for 146 5-foot acrylic tubes which function as homemade fiber optics – the […]

    Caitlind Brown 0 Comments February 21, 2014
  • Zona MACO Sur

    Zona MACO Sur Curator Juan A. Gaitán Juan A. Gaitán is a curator and writer, based in Mexico City and Berlin.  He is currently the Artistic Director of the 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art. Has the curation always been a part of Zona MACO’s programming? If not, when did it begin and what inspired […]

    Juan Gaitan 0 Comments February 6, 2014
  • Giuseppe Penone’s Ideas of Stone in Madison Square Park (Part. 2)

    An installation is greatly influenced by its surrounding environment.  In Issue 29 we first introduced Giuseppe Penone’s installation Ideas of Stone at Madison Square Park.  Now that the seasons have changed, so too has the perspective of Madison Square Park’s senior curator Brooke Kamin Rapaport.  As the installation approaches its conclusion on February 9, Rapaport shares her thoughts regarding Penone’s […]

    Brooke Kamin Rapaport 0 Comments February 3, 2014