No Place is an artist-run gallery located at 1 E Gay St. in Columbus, Ohio. Established in 2015, No Place endeavors to exist as a conduit for a wide range of contemporary visual art in the Midwest, and seeks to present work that is vital to a broad audience. In consortium with regular exhibition programming, No Place is host to an expanse of DIY music shows, sound installations, talks and events. The No Place project indulges associations to the definition of utopia and aspires to foster an integral community while showcasing artists on a national and international scope. The exhibition space has been lovingly built from re-purposed and up-cycled materials and walls from neighboring art institutions. No Place is guided by the practice of re-imagining exhibition space, as well as the understanding and utilization of these resources: the economy of space and an earnest curatorial vernacular, as well as a comprehensive structure that invites greater discourse and participation.