For OCTOBER at a new venue, 1000 pound bend (upstairs cinema of 361 Little Lonsdale St, CBD) this sunday!!

2pm SUNDAY 6th OCTOBER, FREE---->>>Open LABs will explore the wonderful world of creative electronics and programming. It is a space where artists, musicians, engineers, performers, and designers can come together and share their work and creative passions.

Each Open LAB hosts talks from fellow guests that seek to share their work with the group, and then progress into an all out free-form open discussion or hands on tinkering space where guests can present a finished, or unfinished, work, seek collaborations, seek peer review, or make a call out to the community to help troubleshoot a problem they are having.



"Kit Webster has been gaining wide recognition for his enigmatic audiovisual installations. Ranging from site-specific projections to digital sculptures, his works utilise precision programming and visualisation techniques to create captivating immersive environments that challenge sensory perceptions. In continually pushing the boundaries of technology and art, Kit is unafraid to present highly experimental concepts designed to expose the potential for the creation of a new audiovisual aesthetic."

Kit has just returned from the big apple where he created a video sculpture for New York Fashion Week. Previous works by Kit have also been displayed in Melbourne, France, Switzerland, Brazil, Croatia, New Zealand and Sydney.

Kit will be holding an informal Q & A where he will be deconstructing his work, discussing his experience working with clients and festivals and his efforts to bridge the great divide between art and income.


Tim will be sharing with us his amazing new invention. The 'Stereoscopic Internal Projection Apparatus'.

A custom high-diopter contact lense placed onto the eye so as to be able to focus as close to the eyelids as possible. Twin utlra high contrast 15 lumen laser pico projectors are lensed to the size of a postage stamp and positioned over each eyelid. he resulting projection is such that the eye can pan and tilt behind the lid to view more of the projection.

"I love working with new and old media to create compelling, new experiences. More often than not to satiate my own curiosity. While studying at the art university in Linz, Austria I worked on numerous projects from exaggerated, obtuse consequences for the public viewing art in a gallery context, to naked on-body projection of a first person shooter while wearing a brain-computer interface in a two player ultra violent gaming environment. Oh media art... "


Pierre Proske and Richie Cyngler will run through an informative discussion on the amazing raspberry pi. What is the Raspberry Pi? The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. This easy to transport programmable interface has been used for a plethora of art installations and inventions. check some out here: