All artists face the challenge of making their works seem at home in galleries after they leave the studio. It’s a problem Andy Coolquitt has certainly dealt with, given that his Austin home/studio is a giant artwork. As a way of handling this, “somebody place,” his latest outing, shows works in groupings that evoke domestic settings. Coolquitt marshalls typical materials like pipe, lightbulbs, castoff cigarette lighters and other junk into sculptures that delightfully recall Andre Cadere, Franz West and Blinky Palermo. Neo-Deo: Open Market, Open Vitrine, & Deo-Liberal Potentialities (2013) assembles used-up deodorant sticks on a sleek, bright vitrine-cum-shelf that will have you thinking of Haim Steinbach.