CRAIG WALSH

Craig Walsh challenges the idea of public monuments and how we represent history. By using unique light projections, Craig makes the natural spaces we live and move around in, come alive. During the festival Craig will bring his work 'Monuments' to Toowoomba using the canvas of our city's majestic trees to feature the faces of two extraordinary, living people.

The two faces that will be projected on the trees are The Mulberry Project’s Louise Noble and Friends of the Escarpment Parks Toowoomba John Swarbrick.

Craig Walsh is renowned for his work at live events, including Australian and International music festivals and art festivals. Over the recent years Craig has used his digital art expertise to enable community collaboration in large scale artworks both in Australia and abroad.

Image 1: Craig Walsh behind the scenes in Toowoomba - jade courtney media

image 2: INTENSION Ten days On The Island, Franklin Square, Hobart, Tasmania, 20113 channel digital video projection, existing landscape, sculptural monument

IMAGE 3: Craig Walsh behind the scenes in Toowoomba - jade courtney media

Image 4: LUMINAires Bleach Festival, Gold Coast, Australia, 2016 Single channel digital video projection, existing landscape

Image 5: EMERGENCE Art and About, Hyde park, Sydney, Australia, , 2012 3 channel digital video projection stereo sound, existing landscape

Image 6: MAGE 3: Craig Walsh behind the scenes in Toowoomba - Kirsty Lee