• Enrique Martínez Celaya: Lone Star

    Nestled inside an industrial complex off a beaten path in Culver City, adjacent to lush sprawling grills hills of a cemetery lined with flowers from visiting loved ones, lies a sanctuary of artistic solace.  A modest black plaque rests on the exterior brick wall with a crest bearing the profile of a whale rising above […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 22, 2015
  • Cole Rise: Spectral Illumination

    Through the lens of the camera, Cole Rise contemplates his place in the Universe.  Driving across the country in search of awe inspiring landscapes revered for their sheer enormity and history on earth, the methodology behind Rise’s photographic practice requires a perspective that looks within and beyond.  While the subjects of his photographs seem ancient […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments August 1, 2014
  • David O’Malley: Drifting in Splendid Isolation

    Like astronauts who explore to the ends of the galaxy, an artist’s journey is filled with a similar degree of isolation, uncertainty, and mystery.  Art and space science are channels through which David O’Malley relates to his London environ of eight million strangers.  His canvases convey infinite possibilities breaking through the void of quotidian drudgery. […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments May 18, 2013
  • Christopher Bucklow: The Guests

    Writer and photographer Christopher Bucklow’s series Guests features luminous, glowing figures.  He tells Installation about his innovative pinhole technique and the mythos and philosophy behind his work. The Guests are made of light.  What you see in these photographs is a blue sky with thousands of suns- a sky where all the suns swarm together […]

    Christopher Bucklow 0 Comments May 4, 2013
  • Eric Franklin: The Body Electric

    As an artistic medium, glass is an anomaly— at once sturdy and then vulnerable to the elements.  Eric Franklin‘s handmade borosilicate glass and ionized neon sculptures enliven and illuminate the anatomical model.  While sculptures in the Skull and Embodiment series are loaded with a post-mortem theme, they are in fact celebrations of life.     To […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 9, 2013
  • Lisa Nilsson: Pulp Anatomy

    Science and art have long been relegated to the left and right brain respectively: two distinct modes of theory that confound the possibility for coexistence.  Pragmatism is pitted against creativity and order contends with unpredictability.  Although the technical practice of fine art is often analogous to a scientific one, art is consumed as though it […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments March 25, 2013