The title of MINT's annual members' exhibition, "Meat Sink," is a loving nod to the art gallery and performance space's previous incarnation as a meat processing plant.

The title of MINT's annual members' exhibition, "Meat Sink," is a loving nod to the art gallery and performance space's previous incarnation as a meat processing plant.

"Meat Sink" will feature the work of more than 20 MINT artists working in various disciplines throughout the 2,000-square-foot gallery space. Participating artists include Amanda Furnari, Alex Buchan, Angela Jann, Albert Gray, Cameron Granger, Clare Gatto, Cudelice Brazelton, Eric Hines, Erik Larsen, Ethan Schaefer, Grace E. Bowen, Henry Ross, Jamie Hartman, Kenni Javon, Liz Martin, Liz Roberts, Marisa Espe, Rachael Anderson, Marritt Vaessin, Ryn Osbourne, Tyler Davis and Tala Kanani.

"A full member show is exciting, as we try not to show our own work in the gallery throughout the year," Vaessin said. "Once a year, we want to make available to Columbus what we're doing behind the scenes as artists beyond the programming that we put in place throughout the year."

"We get together before the install with a series of critiques, in which we have conversations about the specific works being created and how to most effectively communicate concepts," Schaefer said. "Through this we begin to gain an understanding of existing strings of themes and concepts, but no formal curation occurs, hence its title, it's a 'Meat Sink.'"

The exhibition continues through April 24.