Light, sound, space and time: these are four elements on which Axiom is based. This monolithic audiovisual installation by Australian artist Kit Webster lands at festivals throughout the world. Giving the impression of some kind of otherworldly spaceship, Axiom breaks artist conventions by presenting a series of non-linear animations that shift and wrap around its contours in three dimensions. A synesthetic soundscape further enhances the immersive experience when observing this mysterious construction.
Webster creates uncertainty among viewers as to what they are looking at, blurring the lines between the virtual and the actual, causing the observer to reconsider their perceptions of 3D space.
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'Axiom' is an Installation Based on Light, Sound, Space and Time
- By: Imogen HenryNov 20, 2017