Gareth Walsh

Gareth Walsh is a media artist, based in Los Angeles, working at the intersections of Art, Cinema, Technology and physical space. His artwork questions the boundaries of perceived reality, and plays with the creative potential found in the manipulation and recombination of its parts. Grounded in a conceptualized and experimental media arts practice; his work ranges from small photographic prints and video projections, to whole room and building sized interventions.
His work has been shown internationally with select screenings and exhibitions at LACMA (Los Angeles), TEDx (UCLA), Arena 1 Gallery (Santa Monica), New Wight Gallery (Los Angeles), Millard Sheets Gallery (Pomona) UC San diego, Cabrillo National Monument (San Diego), The Broad Stage (Santa Monica), New Gallery (London, UK), California Nanosystems Institute (Los Angeles), Los Angeles State Historic Park (Los Angeles), 404 Festival of Electronic Art (Argentina). Simposio di VideoArte (Italy), Prix VIDEOFORMS (France)
Walsh is an lecturer at the University of California Los Angeles, were he also received his masters degree in Design Media Arts. He completed his BA(Hons), summa cum laude, in Interactive Arts from Manchester Metropolitan University. 

Lecturer
UCLA
United States
Focus area: 3D, Digital, Public Art, Placemaking, Site Specific, Video, Film, Systems