Up Projects,

Situated on a beach in Tapapakanga Regional Park, UP Projects collaborated with Splore Festival to commission and programme an intriguing temporary pavilion for the three day festival, based in New Zealand. 

Auckland based artists Cut Collective created a sculptural structure from recycled and upcycled materials that integrated vibrant graphic patterns and street art imagery. The pavilion provided a focal point within the festival for performances, screenings and other activities which explored the idea of “community” and what that means in the context of the festival; what brings people together, encourages interaction, dialogue, playfulness and creative exploration?