• 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 05 Letter from the Editor

    in·stal·la·tion /ˌinstəˈlāSHən/ 1.  The action or process of installing someone, or something, or of being installed. 2.  A thing installed, in particular. The title of our publication was not arrived at by chance, but took great consideration.  We have the privilege to be a part of a creative moment, to uncover the narrative behind the […]

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  • Issue 05 Foreword

    Issue 05 is the week of synchronicity.  In our earlier days as a quarterly publication we never had the opportunity to time our features with exhibitions.  But now that we’re weekly it’s a whole new game. Emerge artist Hollis Brown Thornton revels in antiquated technological formats like VHS and Atari and re-introduces those relics through […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • Rose Apodaca: This is What We Live

    Design mavens and those tickled by interior curiosity flock to the brick and mortar and ecommerce stores of A+R to discover whimsical objects, textiles, and unique furniture designs by international artisans.  Founded in 2005 by husband and wife team Andy Griffith and Rose Apodaca, the couple has fostered a curated environment that encourages the collection […]

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  • Hollis Brown Thornton: R.I.P. VHS

    Hollis Brown Thornton describes his fascination with dated technology and memory from his upcoming solo show at Linda Warren Projects in Chicago, on view April 12- May 31.     Installation Magazine:  How did you become an artist? Hollis Brown Thornton: It began as a childhood hobby.  In high school, I had a great teacher who […]

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