(1) How long have you been making installations?
It depends on a particular topic and on the disponibility of the organizers to accept such kind of art.
They're enough good and fine, thank you.
I let this particular topic to the critics.
I don't care about.
By the topic, the dimensions of the surrounding space, the available materials.
Among mine, “Without title” (1993, Petriano /AP/: 25 m length); and “Don't beleive a word about hunger in the world” (1997, Ravenna: 50x50x75 cm).
It is part of it; always.
Impossible technical requests; lack of money: but fantasy can solve every problem.
It depends on the topic.
Some installations are built to last, other ones aren't: in the first case (land art for example) we have the duty to preserve them. But without forgetting that every monument, building or piece of art can be destroyed by events.
In every way but money (like all the art, by the way).
No copyright on art, please...