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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
"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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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