Installation Media engages in a dialogue with the leaders of the art and creative community in order to produce curated interactive digital content for tablet, mobile, online and event solutions.
We create editorial and visual products that convey the intimacies of art making and explore a dialogue of innovation. Installation Media does not subscribe to the standardized practices of creative reportage; instead we believe in creating a new manner to synthesize and converse.
With our complete in-house team, we create standalone tablet publications, digital advertisements and special digital collaborations for like-minded brands. Explore the capabilities of tablet based interations and grow the impact of your brand’s message and place within a quickly growing marketplace.
Installation Media was created to strengthen the art community and more effectively share the creative process with an audience wanting more than what traditional resources can offer. We created a transparent company organization that allows us to not only deliver products that answer our clients’ needs but act as a catalyst to inspire. We remain responsive, adapt, and flexible – one project at a time – sharpening focus and delivering content that sparks action and memory.
Editor-in-Chief of Installation Magazine
Since graduating from the Annenberg School of Communication with a double major in Mass Communication Theory and Art History, Moret has developed a fine art editorial background in her contributions to regional and national publications. Before founding Installation, she was a member of the editorial team of the Los Angeles Times Magazine. A collector and art enthusiast, Moret curates our weekly features and inspiring collaborations. @byamoret
A born storyteller, Field-Sells began his career in print design, fashion, and photography. His career on both coasts and passion for travel have led him to absorb the wide array of cultural and design influences around the world. Fascinated by the possibilities technology bring to the world of publishing, Field-Sells imagined Installation as the first all-digital arts and culture publication. With a keen eye for detail and a rich design aesthetic, he built Installation with an unwavering commitment to presenting compelling artist features and interactive collaborations. @fieldsells
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