November 1 - December 3, 2017
"Amy Hauft produces architectural-scale installations in which landscape seems to occur in indoor settings. Each artwork is an intersection of the viewer’s haptic and cognitive experiences. Initially, one’s physical experience takes precedence; eventually, an anomalous logic challenges and concentrates that physical memory." The artist's show Tender Glass is inspired by Hurricane Harvey.
An exhibition of drawings, sculpture, and video work by Yoshua Okón curated by Edgar Hernández. The works in the show are inspired by the United States’ covert...Read More
An exhibition of works by Austin-based graffiti artist Nathan “SLOKE” Nordstrom. The show is curated by Chale Nafus and will feature works on panel and documentary photographs...Read More
An exhibition of works on paper by artist Lenka Clayton. The show is curated by Veronica Roberts, the curator of modern and contemporary art at the Blanton Museum...Read More
An exhibition featuring installations, video work, sculpture, and photography created through the collaboration of visual artist Janine Antoni and choreographer Stephen Petronio.
Fluent~Collaborative & testsite present this installation featuring schematic drawings and notes from Steven Tomlinson’s work in academics, business, and theatre. The presentation explores the visual...Read More
Collages and sculpture by Beat-generation master George Herms, a cult figure of the Los Angeles art scene. (The materials used are largely remains of the...Read More
An installation of video work by Japanese artist Koizumi. This will be his first exhibition in the state of Texas and third solo exhibition in...Read More
The first solo exhibition in Texas of Brooklyn-based artist Justin Cooper, curated by Rachel Adams. Cooper is known for transforming everyday objects into art installations...Read More
For testsite’s tenth-anniversary show, Return Trip, co-founder Regine Basha brings home the artist who inspired the idea for testsite: Brooklyn-based Nina Katchadourian. The two will present...Read More
Helldorado Days is a video installation that examines the theater of atomic testing in 1950s Las Vegas through the lens of the artist’s family history.
Armando Miguélez & Leslie Moody Castro: Somewhere Close to Anywhere but Here; or A Few Beds I've Slept in
Artist Armando Miguélez’s history via the stories of the beds he has slept in throughout his many years of travel, documenting the artist’s scattered life.
A multi-channel sound piece and a series of small visual works by Vitiello in response to gallery owner Lora Reynolds’ proposal to create sounds that...Read More
Tamy Ben-Tor’s video-performance, Time and Space featuring a monolog delivered by a fictional artist. Ben-Tor will perform AVNER at the testsite space. Gallery hours for...Read More
Austin artist Teruko Nimura interrogates Asian and Asian-American culture through popular icons like the laughing Buddha and Hello Kitty, and familiar traditions such as paper...Read More
Testsite 11.2 brings together theatrical renaissance man Doug Fitch and independent curator Dana Friis-Hansen for From A Life to An Other, an installation that sheds...Read More
Eileen Maxson is back in Texas after a residency at de Atelier in Amsterdam with a new exhibition at testsite. Maxson’s exhibition Cached Curses infects...Read More
At testsite, artist Rob Verf and art-writer/poet Roberto Tejada collaborate and "seek to enliven the exhibition space and its logic of display with a set...Read More
Accidental Pornographies: Lesson Plans 1-9 showcases nine drawings by Mary Walling Blackburn, founder of the experimental school for women, The Anhoek School, that were originally...Read More
Your Hair Is Mine is an exhibition of new works by Michael Krumenacker at testsite. Through his functional and non-functional sculptures, Krumenacker investigates the ways...Read More
Ben Ruggiero unleashes his new exhibition After Icebergs with a Painter at testsite! The title of the show references the romantic impulse realized by the...Read More
Fluent~Collaborative brings forth the exhibition Maison Erectheum with Jay Sanders & Michael Smith at testsite. In conjunction with Fusebox Festival 2010, Sanders and Smith come...Read More
Elizabeth Chiles from Austin uses compositions based on landscape as the beginning stage of her photographs. The play between darkness and light and spacial qualities...Read More
"Is the artist a stranger who trespasses among us? With an eye to Jean Luc Nancy’s concept of “the stranger,” Mary Walling Blackburn will consider...Read More
In conjunction with I Am Not So Different, curated by Rachel Cook at Art Palace Gallery, testsite presents two films by the sometimes Houston-based artist Duncan Ganley.
Check out Pepe’s massive networks of crocheted yarn. Throughout the exhibition’s duration, visitors are “encouraged to become interpreters, collaborators, to sit down and literally unravel...Read More
Monofonus Press and Fluent~Collaborative present a special, one-night only installation of the artwork of Noel Waggener from the novella "Mile Marker" by Brian Hart. Hart...Read More
Testsite presents Justin Boyd and Nick Tosches: Hide it Under a Bushel, No, I’m Gonna Let it Shine.
"This current project includes works on paper in gouache and collage and sculpture from the past five years. To accompany the work, curator Charles Dee...Read More
The Chicago-based group Temporary Services will be busy while they’re in Austin. Check out their past publications installed at testsite, as well as a new...Read More
For his testsite project, Ronay makes his first foray into performance.
This collaborative effort by artist Cliff Hengst and writer/curator Lawrence Rinder was inspired by the very first photograph and the archive of the English author...Read More