An exhibition of sculptural and neon work will mark the cease of operations for Red Space as an apartment gallery.
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Red Space Gallery presents Jessica Mathews’ new sculptural, video and text based work. Stepping into Water is an exploration of human experience after it has been [...]
Red Space Gallery presents Michael Garcia’s exhibition of new sculptures entitled The Illuminaughty Machine. Through the use of appropriated household objects Garcia will create (cue [...]
Red Space Gallery presents an exhibition of new sculptural works by Alexandra Robinson. Robinson explores notions of beauty through decorative installations of sculptures made from plastic [...]
Red Space Gallery presents an exhibition of work by Glenn Twiggs using installation, found photographs, craft, and altered images to explore the looming history of [...]
Installation work by Jenny White explores the concept of mass embarrassment. There will also be special viewing event on March 9th during SXSW.
An installation that borrows part of its process from sand painting with references to traditional handloom work and early video games such as The Legend [...]
Performative photography investigates the artist‘s compulsive and obsessive tendencies, depicting a bizarre, sinister world where black liquids become sexual and honey, repulsive.
Conceptual correspondence poetry by Lauren Klotzman, generated from a word game played between the artist and her ex-lovers.
A video installation framing the contemporary Mexican diaspora to the United States as a dysfunctional cartoon.
KrisTin Gamez (of the Más Rudas collective) explores a personal battle of achieving the balance of sacrifice, within meaningful relationship through installation, performance and digital [...]
Conceptual photography: artists Andrea Nguyen and Max Marshall construct experiments based on scientific concepts and principles. The work explores a photograph’s ability to display a [...]
Sculptural works and altered artifacts that deal with highlighting the impossible nature of conserving and preserving what is important, mundane and absurd.
Can empiricism and rationality discover everything that is real and true? These questions will be addressed in a lecture on philosophy of science, Hermetic philosophy [...]
Fine Art Photographer Lalique Martinez and Fashion Designer Twan Meijerink, prompted by André Gide, Man’s grapple with morality is featured as a separate object- affected [...]
Goal explores stories of glory and disappointment in athletics, playing with the notion of the athlete’s body as a scene of drama.
Heavy stuff: Nicholas Hay’s polemical art questions whether the consciousness of our popular culture has recently begun to place less emphasis on negative aspects of [...]
Red Space, a new apartment gallery created by Austin artist Caitlin G. McCollom, will host Brit Barton’s The Icarian Sea beginning June 11. The show [...]