• At the Pool: Dive In

    In a digital landscape defined by hyperconnectivity and “friends” accumulated on social media platforms, we are still very much alone contrary to our Facebook or Twitter profiles.  While these sites may encourage a connection of ideas they are limited to a life online.  Alex Capecelatro CEO and Founder of At the Pool realized that “we […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments November 8, 2013
  • Edge of Arabia Presents: Abdulnasser Gharem

    Inspired by the invisible yet palpable social, religious and political systems that govern Saudi Arabia, Abdulnasser Gharem brings his work to the streets, exposing culture to an unprecedented artistic dialogue.   “I HAVE NO STUDIO SO MY STUDIO IS WHERE I CAN FIND PEOPLE.  WHEN I SEE THE OPPORTUNITY I GO.  THAT IS MY WAY […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments October 9, 2013
  • Cardborigami: Gimme Shelter

    Cardborigami plans to raise awareness and end social injustices through good design. Founded in 2007 by Tina Hovsepian while she was a student at the USC School of Architecture, Cardborigami transforms 4’ x 7’ pieces of cardboard into portable housing solutions for the homeless.  In a recent recent event at the Callison Terrace in Santa […]

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments August 30, 2013
  • Vitor Sá’s Beautiful Chaos

    Over the past two years, I have been traveling between Brazil and the United States, and the experience of living in two distinct cultures has greatly influenced my work as a photographer.  During my stay in Brazil, I lived in Rio de Janeiro, a democratic and chaotic city where the poor and the rich occupy […]

    Vitor Sá 0 Comments August 9, 2013