• Deconstructed Text: Simeen Farhat at VOLTA NY

    Just as a literary piece is convincing when there is congruity and flow in the writing, along with interesting ideas, visual works of art become more engaging when they have a nice balance, rhythm and direction, along with a sincere thought process.  This is how I relate my formal compositions with that of the literal […]

    Simeen Farhat 0 Comments March 11, 2014
  • Anatol Knotek: Play With Your Words

    For Austrian artist and poet Anatol Knotek words possess dimension, weight, and depth.  Inspired by Concrete and Visual poets who regard the typographical arrangement and shape of a poem to be as critical to its message as the meaning of the words themselves, Knotek makes language a malleable material in his practice. Installation Magazine: When did […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 7, 2013
  • 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 […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments May 11, 2013
  • Chandler McWilliams: Linguistic Potency

    Chandler McWilliams first appeared on our radar when attending the CalArts MFA 100×100 fundraiser sponsored by For Your Art.  A one-day event offering 100 pieces of artwork from 35 graduate students, McWilliams’ work immediately stood out.  In fact his Aphorism titled Great Distance is a current fixture in the Installation office.  McWilliams approaches his practice […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 4, 2013
  • 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 […]

    Todd Baron 0 Comments April 2, 2013
  • Dan Tague: Plates + Slides

    In 2005 Dan Tague watched his life wash away before his eyes.  A native of New Orleans, Tague was living in Mid City, which received about 7.5 feet of water, mud, filth, gas, sludge, waste and death when Hurricane Katrina hit.  He witnessed firsthand the deterioration of local and federal government, the breakdown of human kind […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 1, 2012