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Visionaries 21 : Blurring the boundaries

Craig Walsh projects

Year: 2001-2012, 40 mins - NTSC/PAL
Code: CWA-Craig
ISBN: 978-1-922007-66-7 


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Craig Walsh is primarily interested in hybrid and site-specific projects and the exploration of alternative contexts for contemporary art. He often utilises projection in response to existing environments and landscapes. He has worked across a range of art forms including theatre, architecture, public works, gallery exhibitions, natural environments and festivals. His work has been shown in a number of national and international exhibitions, including the Gwangju Bienelle, Jakarta Biennale XIII, Indonesia; Yokohama International Triennale of Contemporary Art, Japan; 01SJ Biennal San Jose, California; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Koganecho Bazaar, Japan; and DRIFT 08, London.

The film shows a collection of Craig Walsh's artworks. It gives an invaluable  insight to the body of work he created the past 12 years.

Craig Walsh projects in the collection:

1. IN PERSPECTIVE 2000- 01:28
2. INPUT, 2001 Logan, Australia – 01:45
3. URBAN TIDE 2003 – 04:29
4. CROSS-REFERENCE, 2004 Adelaide, Australia  – 02:24
5. CROSS- REFERENCE 35:27:02N/139:39:36E, 2005 Yokohama, Japan - 04:32
6. BIG IN JAPAN, 2006, Japan – 01:59
7. CONTESTED SPACE, 2004 Anne Landa Exhibition, Australia – 02:16
8. CLASSIFICATION PENDING, 2007 Ipswich, Australia – 04:04
9. INCURSION  43:38:36”N/79:25:19.89”W – Toronto, Canada 2007– 02:24
10. INCURSION, 2008 San Jose, California, USA
11. ARTIFACT  H10515 2009 - 01:52
12. THE RESIDENTS 2009– 02:29
13. DIGITAL ODDYSSEY 2010– 02:00
14. INCURSION 25.033’N/121.633’E – Taipei, Taiwan 2010 – 03:00
15. INTENTION 2011– 01:24
16. HOME- GWANGJU 2012 – 01:03

 More pictures on his works are here.

 

Craig Walsh was born in Orange in 1966, lives and works in Sydney, Australia. He is primarily interested in hybrid and site-specific projects and the exploration of alternative contexts for contemporary art. He often utilises projection in response to existing environments and landscapes.
He has worked across a range of art forms including theatre, architecture, public works, gallery exhibitions, natural environments and festivals. His work has been shown in a number of national and international exhibitions, including the Gwangju Bienelle, Jakarta Biennale XIII, Indonesia; Yokohama International Triennale of Contemporary Art, Japan; 01SJ Biennal San Jose, California; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Koganecho Bazaar, Japan; and DRIFT 08, London. He is currently Adjunct Professor at Griffith University.

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