artlab is a venue for all artists who are pushing the boundaries of medium and form.
artlab is a gallery space dedicated to installation, time-based media, sound and light.
artlab is not afraid to showcase the fruit of visual experimentation; it does not require a 'finished product' or an 'established artist'.
In the artlab: Sculpting Community
January 27-April 9
Opening Party: Friday, January 27, 2017 - 6:00 pm
Artist Talk: Friday, January 27, 2017 - 6:00 pm
Sculpting Community is an exciting project of the Krasl Art Center that will activate its grounds through engaging activities, an event green and a major new sculpture commission. The project will be completed in 2018. Discover the behind-the-scenes team, vision and evolution of the project and share your feedback.
In the artlab: Zine Reading Room
April 14-June 25
Opening Party: Friday, April 14, 2017 - 6:00 pm
Artist Talk: Friday, April 14, 2017 - 6:00 pm
Zine: a hand crafted, self published, small magazine.
Part of DIY culture, zines can be subversive, fantastical, autobiographical or purely fiction. This installation features a diverse range of zine authors and subject matter for visitors of all ages to select, cozy up and read within the space.
FRIDAY, APRIL 14 • 6 – 8 PM
Join Luz Magdaleno, organizer of Brown & Proud Press, at 6 PM in the KAC Library to learn about the DIY culture of zines and the important work they accomplish. A selection of Brown & Proud Press zines will be for sale during the event. Live music, small bites and a cash bar will provide a unique and elegant evening.
In the artlab: Aurora Robson
June 30-September 10
Opening Party: Friday, July 7, 2017 - 6:00 pm
Artist Aurora Robson collects objects from the waste stream and reconfigures them into stunning, organic sculptures. In the artlab, Robson uses bright orange discarded construction barrels to create a cyclonic mass with embedded lighting that will fill and transform the space.
In the artlab: Retrofit II
September 15-October 29
Opening Party: Friday, September 15, 2017 - 6:00 pm
Artist Carrie Rubinstein will expand upon her project Retrofit, previously shown at Rhombus Space in Brooklyn, New York, to create an immersive experience for visitors. In this project, Rubinstein pieces together known facts from her family’s past with imagined details to bring to life a domestic interior. Retrofit II is made of pen and ink on paper, constructed handmade paper objects, and beautifully filtered light.