From beans to bar: find out about the origins of chocolate in this magical, illuminated cocoa farm.
Gather 4 players for a game of 'Simon', illuminating surrounding objects at the push of a button in a giant game of memory.
This one is for you, tamariki ma! Join Mr Science and create a beautiful, flashing RGB installation of fireflies.
Moon Salutation: exploring the elements of water, light and sound, this installation is made with upcycled materials and invites the viewer to connect to the cycles of the moon and themselves. Accompanied by original soundtrack combining electronic drone, Karakia taonga puoro and Indian sanskrit moon mantra.
An interactive video installation that pays tribute to the famous 1980s Polish song by Maanan, set on streets of Warsaw. Go pass the Porta Via window on Hardy Street to discover Lipstick on the Glass for yourself. Everybody sing: ‘Whose that lipstick on the glass…”
This installation is interactive and consists of multiple digital works scattered across town. A treasure hunt made up of tiles, posters or objects that each trigger individual AR experiences.
Download the free Artivive app for the full experience: https://artivive.com/
Take a trip around Aotearoa and be surprised by what you see. This video installation is a play on the coming-of-age tradition of going on a road trip and taking in new sights.
Years 4-6 students have created thermoformed nightlights that they have designed, made and created circuitry for themselves, learning about the nature of light, understand simple electronics and experience the design /art making process based around the theme will be the visualising of word for light (using the full range of languages represented in our school).
An installation using inflated dried Rimurapa (bull kelp) and shaped wax, giving a nod to the tradition of many cultures, like Ngai Tahu here in Whakatū, to use rimurapa to store food. Creating a forest of light, the installation will give the viewer the impression of being both surrounded and under the sea.
This very special portaloo is not like the others! It has its own little light and sound experience worth flushing home about.
A human-powered art studio constructed entirely of recycled materials - come pedal through the night to power laptops, printers, wifi, music, light, and anything the artists need to keep making and making.
Flourishing in our learning, flourishing in our world. Parents, teachers and students have all worked together to create a flock of 100 colourful bird lanterns. See them roosting and flying in the tree in Old Bank Lane.
Sweet Jane is a cowgirl, a fringe dweller from the wrong side of the tracks, representing strength, equality and entrepreneurship - and sharing happiness.
A large-scale interactive projection artwork that celebrates people who act to defend the climate. Join in by submitting the names of people who inspire you and become a part of a rising tide of change. www.shorewardsurge.com
A lush & vivid tropical rainforest scene teeming with life: paint your own butterfly and 'release' your creation into the forrest where it will flutter about will all the other butterflies. Paint your own butterfly: www.mybutterfly.co.nz.
‘Bounty of the Sea’ illustrates how our waterways are dumping sites for materials including wire, metal, fishing line, nets and household goods.
Walk past this shop window and be surprised.
A light sculpture inspired by Māori land symbols of support: pouwhenua.
Regional flowers begin to blossom as people walk the Queens Gardens.
The ultimate crowd pleaser, especially for tamariki.
Look up for a discovery in the trees!
Standing up to 5m, this cluster of coloured spherical lights create a dynamic tension.
Here’s an artwork that plays with the arrow symbol, taking something that is totally functional and making it utterly confusing and unhelpful.
An explorative piece of large-scale projected digital art, handcrafted by more than 100 artists from around the world, presenting their view of the new digital world.
The installation is a response to the artist's continued investigations into the Acclimatisation of English birds into New Zealand in the 1860s and 70s
Art works by NMIT's Arts & Media students and tutors.
A watchful eye - see if you can spot it.
A collaborative artwork that explores our relationships with the ocean and plastic pollution, highlighting rangatahi voices and knowledge. This is our art as activism. Art that will challenge and inspire others.
See this magnificent chandelier in a new light, suspended in a garden, shining its loveliness for all to see.
Paikea, a life size inflatable whale, suspended from the ceiling, lit from within, and surrounded by suspended plankton lights - all made by the tamariki participating in MOI's STEAM programmes.
Position yourself in front of this glow-in-the-dark painted wall and get 'flashed': your silhouette will 'imprint' your silhouette onto the wall for a short while - grab your friends and whānau and create some fun shapes together.
Rest a while and enjoy the Nelson Cathedral by candlelight.
Works by Shahriar Asdollah-Zadeh, Kauri Hawkins, Jonathan Jones & Michael Parekowhai.
Light Dwells examines the ways in which our sense of place can and should shift, grow, and adapt as we do.
Populated by ancient ruins and relics collaged from books and magazines, Josephine has invited these ancient entities back to the party embellishing them with sequins, confetti and lively decorations.