• Robert Seidel Premieres grapheme

    Installation first presented the work titled Tearing Shadows created by experimental film, video projection and installation artist Robert Seidel in Issue 09.  The artist will debut his latest installation grapheme, the multi-layered work is created by the artist’s personal memories, the participant’s reflection and the museum environment.  This permanent installation at the Museum Wiesbaden in Germany will […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments April 3, 2014
  • Anna Ayeroff: Where is She Now?

    When Installation first featured the work of Anna Ayeroff, she appeared as a transition artist in our debut issue California.  We recently caught up with the Los Angeles based artist to learn about her latest projects.   For the past two years, my work has revolved around the early feminist utopian novel, Moving the Mountain by Charlotte […]

    Anna Ayeroff 0 Comments February 26, 2014
  • Chie Yamayoshi Captures Ephemeral Eternity

    Following the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan in 2011, artist Chie Yamayoshi looked to the annual blooming of the Japanese Cherry Blossom as a source of inspiration and renewal.  An incredibly rare and transient event, Yamayoshi layers artificiality with the natural world by replicating the blooming through an 8-channel projection.  Immersed within the installation […]

    Chie Yamayoshi 0 Comments November 6, 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
  • 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 […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments May 11, 2013