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An event celebrating the release of the second volume of Austin-based art website Conflict of Interest’s annual publication.
An exhibition of works by Angelbert Metoyer. His artist statement for the exhibition: “The body as teleportation Memories and moments operating within the scales of time,...Read More
A one-night only screening of “an experimental narrative feature film that tells the story of a young man in Berlin trying to survive at the...Read More
A three-part pop-up exhibition: “Labile Affect” (Natalie Bradford, Whitney Hill, Tsz Kam, and Kate Wilson); “Peels” (Kayla Jones and Lillian Byrd); and “You Are When...Read More
A show of work by Austin-based painter Mark Johnson–explorations of ideas of growth.
An exhibition of images, objects, and video by the Austin-based HIXX collective of creative disruptors, whose work combines southern culture and aesthetics with formalist movements...Read More
A Reader’s Digest Condensed Version of Co-Lab’s 2014 programming year: smaller components from each of projects shown together. Artists: Erica Botkin, Leslie Moody Castro &...Read More
This seems to be a huge group show of Halloween über-oddness, described thusly: “It has been brought to our attention that since the 1970 discovery...Read More
Austin artist and Ink Tank member Dave Culpepper explains the exhibition thusly: “1 bed/1 bath. tastefully redone in ’11. cncrt flrs, parking, club house, controlled...Read More
Work inspired by Juicy Couture sweats; they leave much to the imagination while at the same time not quite so subtly alluding to what we...Read More
A collaborative installation and performance.
The press release for this show encourages you to “Peruse over 20 or 100 books. Talk to the bookshop clerk for a few minutes. Go...Read More
Part baton race, part exquisite corpse, a collaboration between two artists trading off on who’s the boss.
A look at contemporary imagination and how nothing seems worthy of our sustained attention.
An absurdist celebration of Buffett’s 1970’s musical output and his influence on culture.
Joshua Saunders shows new work (collages, sculpture, images).
This collaborative project is a site-specific video exploring the dynamics that exist within Co-Lab as a project space, as a space for exhibiting, and as...Read More
Botkin is fascinated with pop culture and celebrity status. She has created Valentine cards and a range of customizable objects including blankets, key chains clocks...Read More
Ledvina has created a mind puzzle on the side of the CoLab exhibition space.
Two installations explore six possible afterworlds based in myth, internet, & reality. Using ancient iconography and technology Spidermen exhibits “ΓGamma” a video projection and “∆Delta”...Read More
In this performance, the iconic black satin gown worn by Rita Hayworth in Gilda extends to become a literal, spherical cage within which the performance...Read More
A look back at Co-Lab’s 2013 programming year. Now smaller components from each of 2013 project will be shown together.
The artist will collect public input on locations in Austin where people have had meaningful experiences. On each map point, people can record references to...Read More
An exhibition in two parts: These paintings, drawings, and mixed media constructions consider the linear concepts of space and time and the layering of the...Read More
This mural is an exploration of movement in space at particular times, represented by color-coded day-glow paint and lines that respond to changes in time.
de/Rastra reconstructs cathode ray tube technology, a form of communication between broadcaster and receiver, into an interface, accentuating the materiality of the technology over its...Read More
Performance artist and sculptor Joshua Wade Smiths will create a “work out” studio in the spirit of a 19th century gymnasium with 21st century DIY...Read More
Passing Baby Cousin With Four-rail Fence, is an exhibition of photography, video and performance, that seeks to explore identity through materiality, relationships and acts of...Read More
Cody Ledvina declares that “I will project a performance on the west side wall of the Co-Lab in 8 intervals of 5 minutes each. This...Read More
Nathan Green says “My work can best be described as a search for the ecstatic. Generally my practice is extremely intuitive, as I often freely shift...Read More