Co-Lab Projects' DEMO GALLERY @ The Avenue
August 5 - 26, 2017
Expedition Batikback is an exhibition curated by Steef Crombach and featuring works by Ryan Davis, Sara Vanderbeek, Noel Kalmus, Steef Crombach, Drew Liverman, Erin Curtis, Manik Raj Nakra, Paul de Jong, and Floor van het Nederend. For the show, Crombach gave the selected artists the opportunity to create works in the the traditional Indonesian fabric dyeing technique known as Batik.
“In Unrealpolitik, artists deal with this foreboding quandary using dark humor, pop culture, and cryptic imagery that represents our contemporary state.” The show features works...Read More
A show of new mixed-media assemblages by John Paul Rosenberg. The works in the show utilize deconstructed materials and repurpose them, giving them new possibilities and...Read More
A screening of Çrûmb$, “The First Ever Ethiopian Post-Apocalyptic, Surreal, Sci-Fi Movie.”
From the gallery: “In String Room, grand piano strings are tensioned from ceiling to floor, each aligned differently throughout the gallery. These configured strings allow...Read More
For this exhibition, Susan Scafati has created large-scale archival pigment scrolls that deal with concepts of text messaging and the era of the smartphone. Scafati also commissioned...Read More
A screening of the film Prince of Darkness.
An exhibition curated by Russell Etchen and featuring works by Tim Kerr, Johanna Jackson, Andy Coolquitt, Tamar Ettun, Chris Johanson, and Dana Dart-McLean.
An exhibition featuring the work of participants in Co-Lab’s annual SUMMERSCOOL program. Featuring works by Kate Barbee, Gingi Statman, John Welsh, Seth Murchison, Rowan Summers, Yamin...Read More
The Hyperreal film club presents a screening of the Leos Carax’s 1986 film Mauvais Sang.
A screening of two films from Terry Fox’s Lunar Rambles series of sound performances. Sound artist Sean O’Neill and art historian Junior Williams will introduce the videos and...Read More
A screening of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s film The Holy Mountain. This event has everything: trips down rainbow corridors, leopard-head breasts, shit alchemied to gold, slaughtered protesters bleeding birds,...Read More
An exhibition of works by Adam Crosson. Crosson recently graduated from UT with his MFA and was awarded a Core artist-in-residence fellowship through the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
An exhibition by YOUNGSONS, the collaborative painting duo of Drew Liverman and Michael Ricioppo. For Live Free with Guys the artists will create a mural on the corner...Read More