Landmarks commissioned two new works by artist Beth Campbell for Dell Medical School. Her drawing and corresponding mobile mimic the twists and turns of complex structures such as the human nervous system, an arboreal root system, or social networks. Delicately charting the human condition with all the gravity and humor of real life, Spontaneous future(s), Possible past reveals the interconnectedness of shared experience.
Funding for Spontaneous future(s), Possible past was provided by the capital improvement project for Dell Medical School. Landmarks would like to thank to the following:
Darrell Bazzell and Financial and Administrative Services Andrée Bober and Landmarks Douglas Dempster and the College of Fine Arts Gregory Fenves and the Office of the President Clay Johnston and Dell Medical School Landmarks Advisory Committee James Shackleford and the Office of Capital Planning and Construction Campus Master Planning Committee David Rea and the Office of Campus Planning and Project Management?
Nisa Barger, project manager, Landmarks Andrée Bober, curator and director, Landmarks Beth Campbell, artist Ron Pauley, Page Sutherland Page Brock Rindahl, Capital Planning and Construction Vaughn Construction Vault Fine Art Services Catherine Williams, Silver Lining Art Conservation
Kathleen Brady Stimpert, deputy director, Landmarks Glenn Deaver, Dell Medical School Deb Duval, event coordinator, Landmarks Lisa Jones, Dell Medical School Emma Kirks, operations, Landmarks Logan Larsen, intern, Landmarks Jennalie Lyons, development, Landmarks Marla Martinez, Financial and Administrative Services Maggie Mitts, collections management, Landmarks Timothy Morton, curatorial contributor Ricardo Puemape, Dell Medical School Danny Lane Russell, design, Landmarks Stephanie Taparauskas, development, Landmarks Kate Werble, Kate Werble Gallery Catherine Zinser, education, Landmarks