LIGHTING INSTALLATIONSUtanga Tūramarama
Here's a glimpse at what was on display at our Winter Pop-Up event! We'll be showing what's on display at our summer festival closer to the time of the event.
Polar is a visual representation of earth’s geomagnetic field extending out from its core into space. 25 illuminated LED neon rings are suspended overhead as if you were observing the magnetic field from space.
Taking geometric themes to provide a colonnade of lights, Tilt is an evolution. Stand back and observe these free-standing linear pyramids lighting up the night sky.
Trilogy lets you use your hands to draw with light. Synchronised sound effects accompany the patterns of light, creating a unique soundscape.
Be drawn in by these stunning large-scale installations, which investigate geometry through light, shadow, and perception
Burrow is an immersive light and sound experience turning a passageway into an adventure.
Birds of Lumos
Glowing and pulsating different colours through their light-globe bodies, Birds of Lumos is a commentary on the importance of conservation and protection of wildlife through waste reduction.
The feathers on Birds of Lumos are made from 14,000 old cable ties while the heads are made from upcycled shipping rope.
Upcycling and reusing materials reduces the amount of waste sent to landfill and minimises the ecological footprint of our consumption.
Here’s some ideas you can reuse and reduce:
- Bring a clean reusable coffee cup or container when you order a takeaway coffee or food
- Shop at bulk goods stores like Bin Inn and Down to Earth and fill your own containers
- Repair, redesign and share clothing to give items a second chance
- Go plastic free in Plastic Free July
- Visit The Junction - Zero Waste Hub to drop off or purchase some preloved goods and materials
You can check out Zero Waste Taranaki to learn more on how to reduce waste at home, school, at work or on the farm.
Join us on the journey to become a Zero Waste region!
Te Whatawhata Ā Rangi
Te Whatawhata Ā Rangi is a celestial doorway to the centre of consciousness and creativity. It is also the metaphoric representation of the obstacles we must overcome when we challenge ourselves to be creative.
Step through Te Whatawhata Ā Rangi, and let your creativity guide you onto your next journey in life.
Spherical buoys float on the water’s surface and are illuminated in a rainbow of colours
Nobody puts 80’s Cube in the corner! Stand back and watch, or chill underneath the cube while you soak up the 80’s magic!