Two of Australia’s most exciting multi-media artists gave insights into their world and how light is used in their artistic expression at Objective:Light in Sydney last Wednesday.
October 22nd, 2010
Over 200 guests crammed the Chapel at the Greenwood to enjoy a night of food, drinks and interesting discussion.
Ruth Allen is a glass artist who talked about her art forms and the methods she utilises to create her works.
Kit Webster is an audio visual artist working primarily with technology, projection and sound to create experiences within both galleries and public forums. Both Ruth and Kit’s works were captivating.
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