'Continuum' is a mysterious, illuminated block with coloured surfaces. There is something special about these surfaces: sometimes they’re pink, sometimes they’re blue- it depends on where you stand as the viewer and changes with every movement you make.
British artist Sebastian Kite (1986) uses sound, light, projection and performance in his site-specific installations to allow visitors to experience space and time in a new way. His work finds itself at the intersection of art, architecture and music. Kite studied architecture at the Westminster School of Architecture and has been living and working in London since. In 2015 he received the prestigious Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award, and his installations have been exhibited at, amongst others, the Saatchi Gallery in London.