• Issue 09 Foreword

    Over the past week, Issues 08 and 09 were written in New York City- Chelsea to be exact.  The trip presented an opportunity to meet several of the photographers featured in the 20+20 Photography Issue.  Before this week these artists existed as abstractions- as names in word files, email correspondences and sets of images.  No […]

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  • Jayme Odgers: Carded

    Every card in Jayme Odgers‘ collection tells a story.  They document his career as a graphic designer and reflect his fascination with language.   Installation Magazine: Your art practice and typography is guided by a sophisticated grasp of language and presents information in a succinct, visual format.  While your collection has documented decades of your career […]

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  • Robert Seidel: Handmade Shadows

    Through experimental film, video projection and installation, Berlin-based artist Robert Seidel brings dimension and life to abstraction.  The artist’s latest installation Tearing Shadows just concluded at 401contemporary in Berlin.  Seidel is now preparing his first permanent installation Grapheme as part of a new wing for the Museum Wiesbaden. Installation Magazine: How did you arrive at video […]

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  • Chad Wys: Presence/Absence

    Multi-disciplinary artist Chad Wys interrogates the infrastructure of art history.  In appropriating the canon, Wys uses contemporary digital technology to intervene, and to siphon back through the history of art in order to extract kernels of information and misinformation.  His practice is one of both revelation and obfuscation but leaves the meaning to be made […]

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  • Daniel Barreto: Urban Density

    Installation recently discovered the works of emerging artist Daniel Barreto on Tumblr.  A freelance artist still pursuing an art degree, Barreto thrives by sharing his work on a dynamic, interactive platform.  Barreto presents a diverse body of work that juxtaposes technology with traditional mediums.   Installation Magazine: The Photography Series of Profiles merges the urban landscape […]

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  • The Young, The Crazy and The Lunatic

    Sarah Williams Co-founder of The Art Book Review asks “Why start an art magazine now?”  As a webzine that features reviews of art books written by a community of artists and writers, The Art Book Review proves that great content doesn’t need to be in print in order to have a voice. Just before we […]

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