Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS AGNSW Library catalogue
Exhibition Catalogue: Michael, Linda and Hulse, Adele, Three views of emptiness: Buddhism and the art of Tim Johnson, Lindy Lee and Peter Tyndall. Clayton, Vic : Monahs University museum of Art, c2001 ISBN 073262181X
The artist’s oeuvre is characterized by an ideogram of a square supported by two lines to symbolises a painting hung in a gallery space, and the repetition title 'detail: A Person Looks at a Work of Art/someone looks at something…’ Tyndall often 'frames’ ordinary experiences or subconscious associations to demonstrate the malleability of artistic meaning.
Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS EAF annual report 1987; State Library of QLD catalogue; UTAS catalogue
Exhibition Catalogue: Hansford, Pamela. Peter Tyndall: Dagger definitions. Victoria: Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 1987 ISBN 0 86436 0932
On 10 June EAF initiated a weekly series at the Centralia Hotel that continued until November 1987 and resumed after the Festival in 1988. Night with artists, performers, critics, writers, designers, musicians and film makers premiering, and discussing aspects of their work. EAF Annual Report 1987
Presented by Experimental Art Foundation. 19 days of performance as part of Adelaide Festival held at Carclew and other sites, including parklands, Glenelg Beach. Local and interstate artists. Organised by Noel Sheridan, with the assistance from Lindsay Parkhill and Dale Franks.