Installation Magazine By the Installation Magazine editorial team.
  • Meditations from the Desert All told, I visited Desert X on three separate occasions.  The ability to pack one’s car with a camera, backpack with every conceivable charger, hub, adapter and laptop along with notebook, and an overnight bag is liberating.  Everything one needs to explore, capture and create can fit neatly in the trunk or in the passenger seat. […] No responses May 27, 2019
  • Pulp Fiction A note on the cover: The creative process is one that comes full circle.  When Installation Magazine was first introduced to the world, we were in print.  We were fortunate enough that Hugh Holland’s photograph “The Spectators” appeared on the cover.  Several years ago, Mona Kuhn collaborated with The Billboard Creative and fell in love with […] No responses May 22, 2019
  • The Content of Cotton Installation Magazine in conversation with MOO about the fiber of a new innovation in printing.  It all begins with a cotton t-shirt.  The cotton textile is one that all of us are familiar with however we don’t tend to think of the material as being repurposed or even capable of being turned into a product […] No responses May 6, 2019
  • The Road to the Desert There is something meditative about the road to the desert.  Palm Springs is located approximately 120 miles East of Los Angeles and offers a break from the urban noise with its white snow-capped San Bernardino Mountains, larger than life windmills and symmetrical Palm trees that extend along sandy roads cloaking the valley in a sacred […] No responses April 29, 2019
  • One Artists Five Oceans                               If you are interested in helping me bring awareness to a broader audience about the state of our oceans go to     No responses November 12, 2018
  • The Old Gods                           All images photographed by David Riley, courtesy of William Corwin and Geary Contemporary, 2018. No responses October 9, 2018