Craig Walsh


Standing stone site, 2012 by CRAIG WALSH
single-channel digital animation 10’:00” looping
Image courtesy the artist and Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation © the artist

CRAIG WALSH (Australia b. 1966) often uses projection in response to existing environments and landscapes. His work plays with scale creating immersive and playful projection experiences, confronting real space and illusionary space. He is primarily interested in hybrid and site-specific projects and the exploration of alternative contexts for contemporary art. 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 Biennale, Jakarta Biennale XIII, Indonesia; Yokohama International Triennale of Contemporary Art, Japan; 01SJ Biennial San Jose, California; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Koganecho Bazaar, Japan; and DRIFT 08, London. He is currently Adjunct Professor at Griffith University.

Walsh’s work Standing Stone Site, 2012 will be featured in MAAP’s 2014 international touring exhibition LANDSEASKY