Kitt McGregor is an audiovisual artist based in Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland). Kitt has curated a number of multimedia events and festivals featuring international innovators. His work spans soundtracks, animation and sculpture, with recent projects combining computer software programming and audio/visual synthesis to create virtual environments and interactive experiences.
Kitt’s work creates experiences using light & sound via creative use of technology. He is inspired by the potential of technology to communicate discoveries made during experimentation within the medium of kaleidoscopic membrane projection, feedback animation, behavioural synthesis, and immersive interactivity.
Kitt is interested in the architecture of virtual space and augmented reality. Current research for future works include Augmented Reality Theremin, Sonic Architecture and Soundwave Surfing.
Modular Synth Festival
Presentation: Introduction to Modular Synthesis
Auckland Council Digital Art Commission
Interactive visualisation of Matariki Star Cluster radiation waveforms via NASA Kepler Space Telescope Data. Proposal accepted for funding (postponed due to Covid 19 budget deficit) Project Overview
“Cave Breather” Soundtrack for video artwork by Natalie Tozer
Modular On The Spot AK
Synthesis performance Western Springs Park
EchoFund web app [demo] echo.version.nz
Base FM phone app basefm.co.nz/app
Alt music – Artspace – Producer
Pierre Bastien (France), Francisco Lopez (Spain)
VERSION FESTIVAL – Director
Featuring Sonasphere software by Nao Toki (Japan)
Monolake – Robert Henke (Germany)
Ableton ‘Live’ presentation by the founder/designer
Moire – Thomas Koner (Germany)
Multimedia event made possible by NZFF