• Niels ‘Shoe’ Meulman’s Calligraffiti at TEDxBrussels

    Niels ‘Shoe’ Meulman talks to Installation about his appearance at TEDx Brussels 2013 and the performance of his stylized work called  Calligraffiti.  Microphones were attached to the surfaces of the canvas and to the various brooms the artist used during his presentation.  His work is not only gestural but for the first time it was transformed into a […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 1, 2013
  • RISK’s Metallic Tissue at Fabien Castanier Gallery

    Installation first watched Los Angeles based street artist RISK create a tag before the opening of Artworks for the Cure.  His ability to transform paint from aerosol cans into delicate strokes and layers of color makes his work pop off the wall, canvas, or whatever surface he may be working on.   Installation had the opportunity to visit the […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 1, 2013
  • Robert Seidel’s Advection

    Installation first presented the work titled Tearing Shadows created by  experimental film, video projection and installation artist Robert Seidel in Issue 09.  The artist is debuting his latest work Advection in our digital pages.  The two-channel video projected on a water fountain was commissioned by the 4th Lichtsicht Biennale in Bad Rothenfelde, Germany.  The installation opened September 27th and will be […]

    Robert Seidel 0 Comments October 31, 2013
  • Materiality Collection by Cooperativa Panorámica

    Everyday materials, such as basalt stone, glass, copper, and terrazzo are beautifully hand-crafted into contemporary objects. Mexican design group Cooperativa Panorámica creates new identities for this collection of materials, exalting the objects’ “materiality” and enhancing their physical qualities. The materials featured in this collection are those that grace the everyday lives of many Mexican people. From the basalt […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments October 30, 2013
  • Gray Malin’s Traveling Lens

    When Gray Malin isn’t at home in Southern California, he is out traveling creating new work; his adventures are often his greatest inspiration. To purchase the works in this collection visit Maison Gray.   Prada Marfa series When I first went to the small town of Marfa, Texas and shot some images of the illusive Prada Store […]

    Gray Malin 0 Comments October 29, 2013
  • Thomas Witte’s Paper Landscape

    My name is Thomas Witte, inspired by the vibrant stencil graffiti scene in Buenos Aires, I create intricate cut paper drawings utilizing images I have photographed as well as photographs my grandfather shot over a 40-year period. The photographs my grandfather took show the history of his family and friends, from backyard barbeques to travels […]

    Thomas Witte 0 Comments October 29, 2013