Installation art has achieved mainstream status in contemporary visual culture. Its ascendancy has given rise to many new terms, and has affected not just art, but also club culture, fashion, film and retail design. The phenomenon of Installation was first covered in the critically acclaimed Installation Art by the same authors. This volume surveys the exciting ways in which Installation has evolved since then, embracing different and often unexpected media, and its far-reaching influence worldwide. Installation has opened the field more than ever to experimental strategies beyond the traditionally visual, as impressively illustrated here in over 300 illustrations of work by artists as diverse as Doug Aitken, Vanessa Beecroft, Santiago Sierra and Mariko Mori. Its constant evolution has given rise to astonishing and often challenging results. With a foreword by Jonathan Crary, Professor of Art History at Columbia University, the book is completed by further details on the works, biographical notes, a bibliography and an index.