We projection mapped the New Zealand Parliament Buildings with a nine-minute show commemorating Wellington's 150-year anniversary as New Zealand's capital. The media chapters comprised:
- An architectural, artistic and poetic introduction.
- Maui pulling up the North Island.
- A chronological history of Parliament in NZ.
- A celebration of each of Wellington’s suburbs.
We had four months to make and map the media, which included digitally created scenes, miniatures, models, hand drawn and digital animation, and a cake baked into the shape of the building. The show ran repeatedly over seven nights, with the inaugural show accompanied by extensive live entertainment.
"The Capital 150th celebrations showed what a wonderful range of institutions and people we have in Wellington. My favourite part of the weekend was the Light and Sound show on the Parliament buildings. In a quirky but historically accurate way, designs, photographs, text and birthday balloons combined for a beautiful dynamic romp through 150 years of history. The crowds loved it." - Mayor Celia Wade-Brown
A collaboration with Story Inc and The Wellington City Council.