Organized by Michael Dopp, New Babylon brings together fourteen artists based on an underlying sensibility exploring the collaborative aggregate as a symbolic social space with moveable articulations. New Babylon takes its form as a freestanding structure designed by architect Joakim Dahlqvist, with the artworks on view -sculpture, painting, ceramic, and photography -functioning as both autonomous objects and site-specific installations within the building's apparatus As a gallery turned out from within itself, New Babylon is as much a structure of wood as it is space. Its seemingly unfinished state – a framework of 2x4's with open walls and ceilingse – allows for an uninterrupted process, or wandering, through the site. In this arrangement, space is both paradoxically delineated and unlimited. As a result of this articulation of new variables through the inclusion of art, the individual works become increasingly more complex when viewed alongside and within this structural containment.