On Thursday, 11 April, Landmarks opened its newest installation, Spontaneous future(s), Possible past by artist Beth Campbell. Sited at Dell Medical School’s Health Transformation Building (HTB), the commission was celebrated with a series of events across campus.
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Known for her drawings, sculpture, and architectural interventions, Beth Campbell creates works that challenge the notion of a physical world beyond our perception. Drawing upon philosophy, phenomenology and psychology, Campbell choreographs spaces, crafts uncanny objects, and maps thought.
Her diagrammatic drawing series, Potential Future Drawing— from which Landmarks’ commission is derived—embodies Campbell’s interest in giving physical shape to streams of consciousness; each drawing branches out from a single occurrence in her everyday life into a host of outcomes ranging from fantastic to abysmal.
Landmarks will unveil a new installation by New York City-based artist Beth Campbell on April 11, 2019. The site-specific commission, titled Spontaneous future(s), Possible past, comprises a mobile and companion graphite drawing. Both works will be sited at Dell Medical School’s Health Transformation Building at The University of Texas at Austin.
Landmarks is pleased to welcome Kathleen Brady Stimpert!
As Landmarks’ new deputy director, Kathleen will oversee daily operations including administration, collections management, education programs and communications. She will also serve as a representative of and chief advisor to Landmarks Director Andrée Bober and assist with strategic planning, board development and fundraising initiatives.