Kit Webster is a mixed-media artist based in Melbourne, Australia. His works, which range from site-specific projections to digital sculptures, utilise precision programming and visualisation techniques to create captivating immersive environments. In continually pushing the boundaries of technology and art, Kit is not afraid to present experimental concepts designed to expose possibilities for the creation of a new kind of audiovisual aesthetic.
This year he has created ‘Hypercube’, a programmed LED-illuminated 4D cubic sculpture commissioned for the ‘White Night Melbourne’ festival and also for exhibition at the Abbotsford Convent arts precinct, and ‘Plateaux’, a multi-faceted laser-cut audiovisual sculpture illuminated with mapped projections, commissioned and acquired by Bendigo Art Gallery for their permanent collection.
Just so you get an idea of what the cube can do! After being constructed in The Food Court it has gone to the QV building in the city. Don't forget to check it out as part of White Night Melbourne Image by Kit Webster February 14th 2014 @ The Food Court
Images by Pierre Proske who also helped construct the cube as did Corey Mahar
The almost completed cube February 9th 2014 @ The Food Court
"Hyper Cube" @ The QV Building Melbourne CBD
Final construction of the cube in the QV building Images by Brendan Harwood
Images by Brendan Harwood February 18th 2014
A sneak peak of the cube in action @ The QV Image by Fionnbaharr Pfeiffer February 19th 2014