pond people - Len Lye - the man

pond people - Len Lye - the man

Len Lye | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

Len Lye | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

Gaps between the precast panels feature small windows that cast their glow across the facade. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

Gaps between the precast panels feature small windows that cast their glow across the facade. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

The Len Lye Centre, designed by Pattersons, at night. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

The Len Lye Centre, designed by Pattersons, at night. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

The new Len Lye Centre is connected to the newly refurbished theatre that originally housed the Govett-Brewster Gallery. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

The new Len Lye Centre is connected to the newly refurbished theatre that originally housed the Govett-Brewster Gallery. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

The Len Lye Centre forms a single art destination with the adjacent Govett-Brewster Gallery, which was renovated as part of the development project. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

The Len Lye Centre forms a single art destination with the adjacent Govett-Brewster Gallery, which was renovated as part of the development project. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

The shiny exterior engages pedestrians and reflects light patterns onto the street. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

The shiny exterior engages pedestrians and reflects light patterns onto the street. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

The Len Lye Centre's exterior shimmers in the morning light. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

The Len Lye Centre's exterior shimmers in the morning light. Photograph by Simon Devitt.

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