• Issue 04 Foreword

    We never set out to create themed issues in our weekly magazine, but often the content falls into a natural rhythm and assumes a narrative all its own. This week we have arrived on the topic of paper in various mediums– books, aged photographs, collage scrap, digital magazine pages and poetry.  We learned from Amir […]

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  • Miller Updegraff: Before the Image Fades

    There are several raw canvases that have been stretched by hand, drying on the lawn in the mid afternoon sun.  Several overturned, empty white gallon buckets support either side.  A makeshift assembly line that would only be possible in Southern California.  Seated outside of his converted garage studio, Miller Updegraff wrings his hands, stained from […]

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  • Reinventing the Magazine

    With Newsweek leaving the institution of print, we’ve marked a new era in communication.  So all of a sudden, my inherited collection of every printed Newsweek issue since the 50’s goes from its original value, up once cent… maybe.  As much as we hold onto the idea of traditional print, or as sexy we might […]

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  • By Its Cover

    Jeremy August Haik, artist and contributing editor at Conveyor Magazine, explores the impression that books have on our personal environments.   Installation Magazine: Describe your journey towards becoming an artist. Jeremy August Haik: I was actually in a media studies program as an undergraduate and was working with a photojournalist.  His agency had started to retrofit […]

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  • The Analytic Lyric: As Yet

    We are pleased to share TODD BARONS’s poetry for the second time in Installation Magazine, but you will notice that his Think contribution is rather different from previous issues.  A mediation on the completion of his recent book of poetry AS YET, published by Chax Press, Baron opens a portal inside his creative process and […]

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