Australian multimedia artist & designer, best known for his morbidly beautiful projection art on sculpture and landscape in festivals across Australia, America and Japan. 

  • Glass Lines: Finalist in Sunshine Coast Art Prize

    Glass Lines: Finalist in Sunshine Coast Art Prize

    Proud to announce that the collaboration between Shauna Hill and Möbius has been chosen as a finalist in the 2023 Sunshine Coast Art Prize. It has been an honour to work alongside Shauna, learning more about this country in which I practice my art. Read more and vote for the artwork here. Opening Night Friday […]

  • Glass Lines: a new collaborative work 

    Glass Lines: a new collaborative work 

    The foyer of the new City Hall in Maroochydore has been recently adorned with a digital artwork of a morbidly beautiful message told though animated algorithms and a dreamtime story of the Glass House Mountains. Glass Lines is a collaborative work between Gubbi Gubbi visual artist Shauna Hill and digital artist Möbius, sharing the ancient […]

  • Sheding light on environmental challenges 

    Sheding light on environmental challenges 

    It’s been a defining year for Sunshine Coast projection artist Brian Keayes aka ‘Möbius’. For over 18 years, Brian has been exhibiting in music and art festivals, nightclubs and art galleries across Australia and Japan. However 2018 has been a breakout year for the artist exhibiting in three major art festivals across the Sunshine Coast, […]

  • Swell Sculpture Festival

    Swell Sculpture Festival

    Möbius was invited to collaborate with Gold Coast local indigenous artist Glenn Barry at this year’s Swell Sculpture Festival on Currumbin Beach. The event attracts 250,000 people over the two weeks, and I was asked to project on Currumbin Rock each Friday to Sunday night over the festival. With Glenn’s artwork as a base, and […]