House of Gaga is one of the coolest contemporary art galleries in Mexico City, on a tree-lined street in the Condesa neighborhood, showing a mix of genres and mediums that share a sort of late-Empire material breakdown and post-millennium enthusiasm for experiments. Last year, they set up a satellite space here, on a different kind of side street, near MacArthur Park. That's where a new large-scale video installation from Alex Hubbard takes over the whole space in an improvisational, site-responsive presentation called "Projectors." For Hubbard, his practices across video, painting and sculpture exist on a seamless continuum well-suited to installation. His video works record abstracted layers of his performative mixed-media manipulations of color, sound, found objects and production gear like lights and ladders. His paintings are made the same way and often executed on translucent polyurethane sheets that in turn mimic the look and scale of movie screens. Opening reception Tue., Feb. 12, 5-8 p.m.