Timothy Webster is a male artist born in Australia, currently working in Victoria, Australia.
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Tim Webster’s work engages video, installation and performance to explore the often fractured rhythm of the everyday and our experience of it. In particular, his work considers how those experiences are recorded – be it emotionally, physically or technologically – and later, how they are reconstructed and re-lived.

Past projects include Machu Picchu (2007), a folded time video collage at Seventh Gallery, Melbourne; Affective Urbansim 5 (2008), a process driven installation exhibited at Bus Gallery, Melbourne; Affective Urbanism 4 (2008), a multi-screen video installation at Kings Gallery, Melbourne; and The Way We Look (2008), a public installation at Federation Square in collaboration with Footscray Arts and representatives of Melbourne’s Sudanese community.

Tim has performed widely, including This Is Not Art Festival (2002 – 2004), Newcastle, Next Wave (2004), Electundra (2004 – 2007), Greyspace: Intermission (2007) and the Melbourne International Animation Festival (2005). In July 2005, he was invited to participate in the hybrid performance workshop Time Place Space 4 in Adelaide.

Tim Webster sits on the advisory board of Artabase and is a board member of Bus Gallery in Melbourne. He is the curatorial intern at South Project.