• Best of Think 2013

    Issue 01  /  Hillary Metz: Blythe Projects Going Nomad Hillary Metz, founder and director of Blythe Projects, describes her decision to break away from the traditional brick and mortar and adopt a nomadic approach.  She hit the road and has never looked back.   Issue 05  /  Lisa Adams: The Day the Shade Came Down After […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments January 17, 2014
  • The Not-So-Standard Theater

    Multi-disciplinary artist Nicole Disson has revitalized theatre and created new opportunities to present performances in Los Angeles.   A dancer, performer and producer Disson’s theatre background brought her to Los Angeles in 2008.  She has worked with artist Lita Albuquerque to recreate her seminal work SPINE OF THE EARTH for the Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 21, 2013
  • Issue 01 Foreword

    Installation Magazine was created because we felt that no other art magazine actually speaks to our generation, or gives emerging artists a voice that readers could hear. We inspire dialogues that transcend the “art world” and engage with those who are curious about what art actually is, or can be. Celebrating one year of Installation […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 20, 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
  • 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
  • The Architecture of Storytelling

    Mike Walzman, author of The Fall to Freedom reflects on his creative process and tells us how Frank Lloyd Wright changed the way he looks at literature.  Walzman’s work has been published in BCN Week, We Feel Pretty, Zine Columbia, Ra, and Feathertale.   I have two three-by-five note cards on my desk.  One says, […]

    Mike Walzman 0 Comments March 26, 2013