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A lare scale installation/performance conflating Donald Judd’s art with a backyard shrine to the Virgin Mary just down the road in Marfa, TX. With elements […]

Bacon Wrapped Urban Folk Suppositories

Disgusting, articulate, thick, juicy, fall off the bone fun. Functional food sculpture by the master of Folk George Zupp, lascivious loitering by the master of […]

Jennifer Caine: Chronotope

Jennifer Caine’s cut-paper installation organized, she says, from memories: “Spaces that appear to crystallize on the verge of dissolving, suggesting the persistent yet slippery quality […]

Natalie Goodnow: Eagle Woman Poems

Eagle Woman lives in a landfill. It is her job to make sense of the mess. But is an eagle capable of such a task? […]

Geräuschen und Gebäuden [Noises and Buildings]

Sounds and images that have been manipulated, deconstructed and reassembled. Projected building facades from Google Maps satellites “re-rectified into a temporal landscape on multiple transparencies.” […]


A show, an urban action, a bicycle workshop, and a party, originating in Berlin with artist Aisha Ronniger. On June 25th participants distribute rolled up […]

Sarah Stevens: Palatial Hemorrhages

Comprised of a four week cycle of installation vignettes, Palatial Hemorrhages is an investigation of “incidental personal topographies; an earnest grandiosity amassed in the nature […]

Obituaries 1913

Obituaries 1913 is a three-man, multi-genre art exhibition commemorating the lives of 22 individuals who died in 1913. The project is the brainchild of New […]

The Tremendous Family: The Free Show

The Tremendous Family announces a collective show highlighting accessibility in the digital age at Co-Lab. By obtaining free, intimately sized prints through various print on-demand […]

Kale Roberts: Fabrication and Value

Kale Roberts’s exhibition at Co-Lab features a sound installation with a bed, a quilt, a television, and the sweet smell of money. Roberts says "Money […]

Vortex Brainsaw Massacre

Co-Lab & MASS Gallery present Vortex Brainsaw Massacre– a nasty, gory, shocking, confusing, awesome, scary, hairy, D.A.R.E-y, brainy, Halloweeny piece of insanity happening on Saturday, […]

Ryan Lauderdale: Real life Realm

Check out a multimedia collection of new work by Ryan Lauderdale at Co-Lab in his exhibition Real life Realm opening Saturday, September 25.

Kim Wimprine: Subliminal Cognizance

Kim Wimprine’s large-scale interactive sculptures incorporate handmade ceramic pieces with other mixed media. In her installation Subliminal Cognizance at Co-Lab, Wimprine creates a unique space […]


Sarah Welch, Sarah Crowe, and Graham Austin take over Co-Lab for an exhibition including a wide range of media. In this new group exhibition, AIN’T […]

Errin Delperdang: When You Say Go Here

When You Say Go Here is a dance/movement piece by Errin Delperdang that deals with "proximity and control". The performance piece includes an evening of […]

Caitlin G. McCollom: *CASH ONLY

"In *Cash Only, Caitlin McCollom aligns herself with Catholic images as she transforms herself into art deity. Like Catholic iconography, she will present her image […]

Ashley Hunt: Notes on the Emptying of a City

Co-Lab and Fluent~Collaborative present a one-night only performance by Ashley Hunt, artist/activist/writer on Monday, July 5. In Notes on the Emptying of a City, Hunt […]

Chad Hopper and Amanda Jones: Demand + Supply

"The assignment- 1. Create a list of mutually agreed-upon supplies limited to 20 different elements with specified quantities. 2. Gather all supplies on list individually. […]

Lali Roo: Disposable Spirit

In Disposable Spirit, Lali Roo explores the concepts of identity loss from the "disposability" of digital media. This interactive installation consists of all sorts of […]

Warren Aldrich: Gypsy

This show is for all the shopaholics out there. Warren Aldrich’s installation at Co-Lab is all about the thrill of the hunt and the objects […]

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