We are so proud to be working with some amazing visual artists, sculptors, photographers and videographers.
Anita Dykes from ECC
ECC has built a reputation for providing the absolute finest in European designer lighting and furniture. Run by Mike Thorburn who has been the driving force behind the development of an extensive range of designer lighting and furniture products over the last 30 years. ECC continually searches the world for innovative designs and inventive solutions to meet increasingly complex lighting and design requirements.. We firmly believe in building long term relationships with manufacturers as evidenced by our 20 year association with iGuzzini.
Nikki is a Queenstown based interior architect and contributor to various industry publications. She has worked on projects throughout New Zealand and Asia Pacific, and has a long held interest in New Zealand design. This collaboration with old and dear friend Lakshman Anandanayagam is her first non-commercial installation and came about after enthusiastic conversations while on holiday at Whangarei Heads.
Is an Auckland based creative studio founded by Lakshman Anandanayagam and Kim Baldwinson. They create work for commercial and artistic projects and have worked on a wide variety, across many types of media in New Zealand and internationally. They are very excited to be working with Nikki Wilson and to be back at Luma in 2017. www.creaturepost.com
Nikki and Creature would like to thank the organisers of Luma, The Mapping Mondays and Holly & Josh Wallace for their assistance in bringing this piece to life.
Mapping Monday is a collective of multimedia experimentalists that come together on Monday’s to explore new technology and workshop ideas together. The Auckland based team have a focus on exploring the relationship between visual imagery, light and sound design to create innovative installations that push the boundaries of creative possibility.
Each member of Mapping Monday collective brings their unique perspective to projects, working together and using their different knowledge, expertise and skills to enhance each piece. The artists in the collective have collaborated together on multiple projection mapping pieces that lit up a range of events. Each of these artworks brought facades to life and gave the audience a new perspective on the area they are within.
Tom Tom Productions
At Tom Tom Productions we’re the next generation thinkers in event production in New Zealand.
From concept to closing we offer creative, complete production solutions. With us you can make one call and get the productions wheels for your event in full motion.
We can take on any size and shape of event, anywhere in New Zealand. We’ve worked on some of the most complex events the country has ever seen, and in some of the craziest environments you can imagine – and loved every minute of it!
We won’t get all techy on you, but we’ve got some cutting edge gear. Put this together with our know-how, creativity and a ‘can-do’ attitude and we’ve got everything to make your event rock, shine, pop, hum – whatever you need it to do.
For what truly makes us stand out from every other event production company in New Zealand
Tom Tom Productions
Angus Muir Design
Angus Muir Design is a company that specialises in creative solutions and treatments of space through design and installation. Based in Auckland New Zealand, Angus Muir Design has worked on a number of local and international projects with a growing reputation worldwide. Formerly of Out of the Dark, Angus worked on a number of award winning projects with former business partner Alexandra Heaney and their practise. A number of which are featured on this website.
Angus Muir Design brings together people, space and objects. Most recently using light and reflection as a medium to communicate meaning, AMD’s portfolio covers all aspects of installation including; permanent installations, temporary installations, interactive projects, public art, light sculptures and corporate work.
The team at Angus Muir Design is a diverse collaboration of people that share different backgrounds, experiences and skill sets making their approach to projects unique and exciting.
Angus Muir Design
Daniel K. Brown and Mark K. Johnson
Daniel K. Brown is a multimedia installation artist whose works have been exhibited in festivals internationally in the USA, Italy, France and New Zealand. A 5-year retrospective of his installations was exhibited in the Italy Pavilion of the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale as part of the exhibition: "Reflections of the Future: work that unveils a vision of architecture as civil art capable of generating solutions for a society in the midst of deep-seated change."
Mark K. Johnson recently completed his PhD dissertation in music at Victoria University of Wellington. He previously studied music at University of Nevada, Manhattan School of Music, and New York University. He was artist in residence with the Nevada Opera and a regular concert soloist for the Reno Symphony. He made his solo concert debut with the American Symphony at Lincoln Centre, New York in 1989 in the role of David in Honegger’s Le Roi David.
Daniel K Brown
Mark K Johnson