• Berndnaut Smilde’s Manufactured Phenomenon

    For a fleeting moment, Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde controls clouds, an intangible natural phenomenon, by pressing a single button on a remote control.  Triggering a smoke machine into an environment where variables like temperature, humidity and light are carefully monitored, Smilde creates a picturesque, billowing cloud that assumes a natural density and airiness in a […]

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  • Raymond Delepierre: The Invisible Touch of Time

    London based gallery rosenfeld porcini kicked off their cultural programming with an exclusive performance from experimental sound artist Raymond Delepierre on May 24.  Installation spoke with the artist about his site-specific performance and the methodology behind his audio and visual practice.   Installation Magazine: The performance Point.0 lasted a total of sixty minutes with four segments […]

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  • Florent Tanet: Pictorial Gastronomy

    Growing up we have always been told not to play with our food.  French photographer Florent Tanet has a different thought on the matter and through the careful manipulation of fruits and vegetables, he coaxes precise compositions from the products we frequently encounter in the produce aisle. Installation Magazine: How did your journey as an artist […]

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  • Daniel Rolnik: Pop-Up Magic

    In Issue 10 we presented an exclusive feature on Daniel Rolnik’s latest curatorial endeavor, THE PRINT POP COLLECTION at The Venice Art Walk.  Now that a few weeks have passed, Daniel shares his thoughts with Installation on the success of the pop-up and the future of his newly co-founded venture Intellectual Property Prints. By Daniel […]

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  • MoLAA: Arte Latino

    The Museum of Latin American Art (MoLAA) celebrates patronage, community, and a diversified roster of artists in their 10th Annual Gala. The historical roots of Los Angeles are based in Latin American culture.  We are constantly reminded of the influence on our daily commute as street names throughout the Westside and Downtown identify Los Angeles’ relationship […]

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  • Issue 12 Foreword

    A digital archive never expires and its pages never fade or yellow.  There are no borders in digital publishing.  The only obstacle we face is the limit of our own imagination.  Looking back on 12 issues of Installation it seems like the content has become richer and time has revealed the incredible possibility and growth […]

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