Carefully selected from 100,000s of images, drawing from the archives of museums, independent artists, outsiders, and scientific troves, these images have been lost, unseen, overused or set free, here to offer some small treasures for the exterior barricaded windows of Salamanca Arts Centre.
Lisa Campbell-Smith is a curator and creative producer, currently working at Contemporary Art Tasmania (CAT), an Australian arts organisation based in Hobart, Tasmania. Lisa’s background includes working with organisations, National Gallery of Victoria, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Carriageworks, Glenorchy Art & Sculpture Park and Dark Mofo. Lisa develops projects that implement experimental practice and critical thought, integrating diverse arts and non-arts practitioners, community groups, and organisations to produce public and digital programs and exhibitions.
Brendan Walls is a retired noise artist, experimental composer and performer.
From 1999-2019 he performed extensively in Australia and Overseas while releasing over 20 albums, both solo and in collaboration, with esteemed artists like Gregg Turkington, Andrew Chalk and Rizili. He lives in Glen Huon and is currently completing editorial duties on three non-fiction books, a facsimile edition of “The Legend of Aleister Crowley” from 1930; research journal “Ora et Labora”; and “Logos Mantram Magic” by German doctor and founder of Fraternitas Rosicruciana Antiqua (FRA), Arnoldo Krumm-Heller (1876 – 1949).
Signature Quilt, ‘Bucket of Blood’.
Roslyn Section, American Red Cross (United States)
United States, Pennsylvania, Roslyn, circa 1917
Appliquéd and quilted cotton with inked signatures
(168.91 x 130.81 cm)