2016 - LUMA Entrance
2016 - Astral Fern
2016 - Honeycomb
2016 - Canoe
2016 - The Gold Makers
2016 - Waka
2016 - Reflective Lullaby - William
2016 - Fleur
2016 - The Ghost House
2016 - Field
2016 - Array
2016 - Pulse
2016 - Digitubes
2016 - Cõnsequentia
2016 - LUMA Lounge
2016 - Highlights from 2016
2016 - Drift
2016 - LUMA Entrance5 triangular arches 4.5m high frame.
Each arch consisting of 120 RGB pixels, or digitally controllable lights with custom sequences changing colour, pattern and pulse.
Angus Muir Design
2016 - Astral FernA window into another dimension through the leaves of a fern brought to life with light. Projection mapping project of Paul Dibble’s cast bronze ‘Fern’. Installation by the Mapping Mondays
2016 - HoneycombSILO and Angus Muir collaborated on this bespoke piece developed specifically for LUMA 2016.
The piece was designed with the hexagonal shape of the rotunda in mind. The sculpture is made up of 168 LED globes suspended in a dome shape, each light is individually addressed allowing the entire shape to be mapped with light, from waves, shapes, of any colour and intensity. Control of the lights comes from a custom lighting patch and a light plinth which sits outside the rotunda. The plinth itself is also fully interactive and forms an integral part of the installation.
Installation by SILO, Simon Holden and Angus Muir Design.
2016 - CanoePart of the 2016 LUMA Art Walk
Mixed media with blown and cut glass
3000mm x 500mm x 750mm
By Luke Jacomb
2016 - The Gold MakersPart of the 2016 art walk.
1200mm x 700mm x 650mm
2016 - WakaPart of the 2016 art walk.
Acrylic with a mirrored plinth.
1900mm x 600mm x 600mm
By Drew Hill
2016 - Reflective Lullaby - WilliamPart of the LUMA Art Walk
316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel
2000mm x 750mm x 750m
By Gregor Kregar
2016 - FleurProjection mapping project of Fleur.
2016 - The Ghost HouseDigital takeover of this historic glass house using the classic “peppers ghost” technique.
2016 - FieldComprising 21 mirror posts, 2.4m tall, set out over a 25 square metre space. The design aimed to showcase and celebrate its location. By day the intense grid of mirrors celebrates its environment, creating an analogue interaction with the viewer. By night the posts illuminate, enhancing the installation’s placement on the waterfront.
Angus Muir Design and AJ Design Co.
2016 - ArrayArray is an interactive sculpture that explores the relationship between the mass and the void, intertwining this with audience interactivity. Commissioned for Vivid Sydney 2014 – this was the first time it had been exhibited in the South island.
Angus Muir Design
2016 - PulsePULSE refers to the Pulse of Nature (environmental dynamics), the Pulse of Life (blood flowing through our veins), and the Pulse of Time (eternity). The Pulse connects all cultures around the world. It connects us to our natural environment. It is universal to us all.
Daniel K. Brown & Mark K. Johnson (Wellington)
2016 - DigitubesThe large 9m long tubes are packed with 120 RGB high power pixels and programmed lighting effects connect the two tubes. Designed to celebrate and illuminate the spaces they inhabit.
2016 - Cõnsequentia60 ground based PAR64 uplights, each individually addressed allowing the installation to be mapped to hand movements, giving the user control to create waves of different intensity all whilst creating their own soundtrack.
By Tom Tom Productions
2016 - LUMA LoungeThe LUMA Lounge was a music and hospitality area nestled under a canopy of ever changing light, projection, and illumination and DJ's.
Produced by SILO and TOM TOM productions, in conjunction with the World Bar Queenstown
2016 - Highlights from 2016Highlights from LUMA Southern Light Project 2016
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2016 - DriftDrift is a permanent install and features a collection of LED lit orbs of varying diameters suspended overhead, creating an inviting trail of light and colourful ambiance for those passing through, visiting the shops, or dining within the Steamer Wharf atrium.
SILO and Angus Muir Design