Category: Installation art

Immersed in wonder

The Potentialist Workshop's new installation, Upside Down Land, is packed with psychedelic imagery but clean enough for kids

/ February 11, 2024

Behind the new mile-long poem that runs along Truckee River

Years of obsessive research, and the best backstory of a font we've ever heard

/ October 19, 2023

Jen Urso’s answer to giant, conspicuous land art

When it comes to resource consumption, the Phoenix artist, now showing in Overton, brings some nuance into the conversation

/ September 28, 2023

‘Pervasive Surveillance’

Cida de Aragon's exhibit at UNLV looks at the ways our privacy is being invaded

/ September 22, 2023

Context on context

The new immersive show Transfix is a genuine blast. It also raises a probing question about how we frame discussions of art.

/ April 28, 2023

Linda Alterwitz on love + loss

The Las Vegas artist mixes science and emotion in her latest installation, now on view at the Lilley

/ March 14, 2023

Handmade wonderland

A new Reno collective filled the Potentialist Workshop with a kaleidoscope of installation art and a soundtrack by local DJs

/ March 22, 2021

Stay home, Nevada

A Reno artist brought the state's new unofficial slogan to light

/ April 4, 2020

Not your grandfather’s landscapes

Mikayla Whitmore is trying to figure out exactly how much space to take up as a young, queer woman artist. More power to her.

/ January 21, 2020