TAT Mahara

Derived from the AUT – Spatial design studio paper, we migrated the elevation structure into Western Park to provide a viewing platform. Lights from interior reflect interesting images of viewers producing both interactive and performing aspect to the installation. We named our structure Mahara to commemorate Betty Wark, the community worker in Ponsonby.

About the artists
The TAT(Taewoo Kang, Andy Chae, Taejun Lee) group was formed from a studio paper under AUT - Spatial Design. Currently in second year of study, as a group of three we attempted the brief InResidence focusing on AD14 pavilion. 

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