BOX 13 ArtSpace
October 27, 2016 | 6:30–8:30 pm
A live, mobile projection performance featuring text projected on the various landscapes of Houston's East End. This roving projection is followed by an artist talk, recitations by participating Houston poets, and additional projections in the gallery space. For more details, go here.
September 17 - October 29, 2016
An exhibition of works by New York-based artist Bryan Keith Gardner. From Box 13:In 2016 it seems that we exist to share cat photos and well-framed selfies. As cities grow we see how they begin to imitate brainwaves, galaxies, and ant hills. Are human beings the unique individuals that they have always assumed they are or are we cosmic bugs hurtling through space on a giant rock with no real explanation of the cosmos and our purpose? We continue to share our lives and thoughts on the internet and spend more and more time staring at screens. How will this influence our future offspring and the evolution of our species?
September 17 - October 29, 2016
An exhibition of works by Houston artists and Box 13 residents Daniela Koontz and Taylor Waldt. The floral works in the show attempt to "provide a little space for euphoric emotions in our increasingly chaotic world."
An exhibition by Brooklyn-based artist AM DeBrincat. The show is comprised of four prints that merge historical portrait photography with botanical images appropriated from Google image search...Read More
From the artist: “Everyday hopes and dreams, the hustle of the scene, screams and schemes. All that glitters always within reach. Who couldn’t use a little...Read More
An exhibition curated by Kristy Peet and featuring works by Shannon Duncan, Rachel Rushing & Marilyn Waligore. The artists in the show explore garbage, discarded objects, and...Read More
An exhibition of works about dogs and cats! This is a one night only show and sale.
Artist Ronald L. Jones will be showcasing works from from his various projects including Stories Within City Limits, Ten:, and In the Streets.
An exhibition of works by Laura Latimer. In her work, the artist hopes to illustrate “our capacity as innovators and responsibility as caretakers by addressing the...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Daniel Bertalot, Andy Davis, and Diamond Gray. The artists use humorous installations and video works to address issues of physical bodies...Read More
An exhibition by Andrew Scott Ross. The show features an encyclopedia museum, examining how history is interpreted, recorded, and visualized.
A multimedia exhibition by Alex Emmons, Arthur Fields, Anne Leighton Massoni, Libby Rowe and Stafford Smith. The show examines how we “trace ourselves within the photographic frame.”
An exhibition by Houston-based artist John Forse. Bury Us Upside Down discusses subjects of gender and masculinity through military narrative paintings.
An exhibition by Emily Link. The works in the show explore themes of storytelling and personal narratives through soft sculptural figures.
A collaborative exhibition by Shannon Duncan and Delaney Smith. The show features “autobiographical experiences recorded in journal entries, Polaroid photographs, and projections of scanned color negatives...Read More
An exhibition of works by AnnieLaurie Erickson that comment on the prevalence of internet surveillance in contemporary society. The main piece in this show is an...Read More
An exhibition by Tennessee-based artist Geri Forkner. In her creation of daily weavings, Forkner comments on habits and rituals of daily life.
“Leaning, shooting, bedded, staked, staying. Drooping, reclining, pitched, and placed. Sloping, jutting, braced. Holding, heaped. Planted and spread.” These are just some ways to describe Beaubien’s...Read More
“In fourth grade, David Waddell wrote a short story for an assignment. He convinced his classmates that his brother was an extraterrestrial. Waddell can neither...Read More
An exhibition of work by Isabel Cuenca and Matt Manalo. This exhibition explores the duo’s “subjectivity, relationship with nature, religious practices, and ethnicity within a new...Read More
“A twelve-year, autobiographical project examining the relationship between protracted war and homeland decay, Shock and Awe is a meticulously crafted image, text, and found object...Read More
An exhibition of costumes by Dennis Nance that celebrate the absurdity of the everyday. By taking common items and blowing them up to absurd proportions...Read More
An exhibition of works by Austin-based artist Michael Stephen. Through incinerating VHS cassette tapes, the artist creates a raw material from which he casts artifacts.
An exhibition featuring a new comic produced by Sarah Welch. This project, made possible with support from The Idea Fund, continues Welch’s The Endless Monsoon series where she...Read More
An exhibition by Barchael, a creative duo comprised of Michael Bernhardt and Barry Whittaker. This project came from the duo’s interest in language, miscommunication, and modern ways of...Read More
An exhibition featuring artist Joomi Chung’s installations of woven and painted steel wire webs.
An exhibition of paintings by artist Nyssa Juneau exploring the relationships found in the icosahedron 20-sided regular polygon shape.
A window exhibition of new work by Arlington-based artist Jessica Battes exploring concepts and phases in genetics and human cells.
A window exhibition of work by artist Diana-Sophia Estrada contrasting the geography and natural disaster impacts of Houston and Los Angeles.
A show of new work by San Antonio-based artist Chris Sauter tackling the dialectic between science and religion in response to recent conflicts affecting our...Read More
A collaborative work by artists Tom Orr and Arthur Peña exploring perception and mystery, sensitivity to materials and interest in light as a phenomenon.
A show of new works by artist Emily Fleisher based on a population of kamikaze mourning doves who are injured or killed daily diving into...Read More
A show of works by painter Amanda Smith depicting hybrid spaces and visual puns, and exploring ideas of distance and exploration.
A group exhibition of artists’, architects’, and designers’ proposals for impossible projects and ideas. Curated by Kim Cook, the show features work by Javier Fadul,...Read More
A show featuring artist Edward Kelley’s playful works concerning both personal histories and larger human history.