Queen City Law was proud to sponsor and support the installation and event Site 5 – Eruption at AMPED 

AMPED is an annual, multidisciplinary creative showcase featuring work from students at The University of Auckland’s National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries (NICAI). This year we mounted this exciting event at Auckland’s Myers Park, where we created a series of interactive installations and performances for Auckland’s Fan Trail, the walking route from the waterfront to Eden Park stadium. For more about the events click here.

Site 5 – Eruption
Auckland’s volcanic heritage finds expression in Myers Park as Architecture students create a strange otherworld, populated with eruptions and unusual sights. Across the different Fan Trail nights the students will conjure up alternative environments of light and colour, playing with plumes of smoke and erupting canopies of leaves. Queen City Law was proud to support the creation of the installation and continues to be a keen supporter of the Arts in Auckland.

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Check out the Nooodles blog for progress on the project

On Eden Park match days Myers Park came alive to delight and entertain a total of 76,000 locals and visitors – amongst them the Mayor of Auckland Len Brown, Virgin Airlines CEO Richard Branson and Vice Chancellor of The University of Auckland Stuart McCutcheon.

AMPED in the Park featured in the New Zealand Herald (who rated it 9/10 for RWC events); Asia Down Under (TVNZ); TVNZ News; Radio New Zealand Business News; Urbis Online; and several government and social media websites. Queen City Law is delighted to be able to help bring innovative performance art to the streets of Auckland.

Visit the Auckland Rugby World Cup website for more info on the Fan Trail »


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