Mason Kimber is a Sydney-based visual artist whose work explores the in-betweenness of architecture and memory. His practice deals with the collision of experienced places—interiors and exteriors connected to personal stories. Applying an archeological approach to painting, Kimber creates reliefs, collages and site-specific installations through which fragments of recollection and history are embedded. Kimber is a lecturer in Painting at the National Art School and a tutor in Art Processes & Architecture at the University of Sydney, School of Architecture.