'Life likes summer flowers' by Alvin Xiong - a permanent installation best viewed after dark at 347 Remuera Road.
'Life likes summers flowers' by Alvin Xiong.
Hand painted chair by Anne Riethmaier for the Chairs Exhibition at Remuera Gallery
'Apathetic' by Arielle Walker displayed inside Noblesse.
Charles and Janine Williams painted 'Heaven's Journey' live during White Night.
'Blemish' by Victoria McIntosh installed inside Kimberleys.
New Zealand artist Barry Lett brought his fabulous 'Dogs' and new paintings to White Night in Remuera.
Francesca Zampollo explored the 'Taste of meaningful food' and festival goers wrote on her Memory Cloth about their meaningful food experiences.
Auckland Studio Potters invited the public to glaze a shell before raku firing on-site.
People of all ages enjoyed Jacques Foottit's 'Haptic Feedback Glove' where your hand is transformed into a virtual aircraft.
Jeff Thomson's 'Red Rooster and Hens' made from perforated corrugated steel.
'Chaos to Order' neon installation by Garry Nash.
Otago Polytechnic Food Design Institute created a spectacular, intimate, White Dining Experience.
Dancer of SABA Young Ballet brought the beauty and grace of ballet to the nooks and crannies of Remuera.
Dancers of SABA Young Ballet with 'Heaven's Journey' by Charles and Janine Williams in progress behind them.
Saxophonist Pavel Kazinetz outside Remuera Library.
Dancers of SABA Young Ballet atop the fire escape of 345 Remuera Road.
Children loved discovering the beauty of SABA ballerinas in windows around Remuera.
Sagar Lonkar of Media Design School demonstrates his interactive motion capture installation to festival go-ers.
Beautiful hand-blown glass installation by Stephen Bradbourne and Isaac Katzoff of Monmouth Glass Studio.
Margaret Lewis brought her tapestry fence 'The street loves nana' to Remuera and invited festival goe-ers to add their stitches.
Sponsored by China Airlines, Japanese dancers Tomomi Watanabe and Yuki Suzumura performed inside Kensington Hairdressing. 'TRACES' by Mark Pulsford with vocals by the fabulous Caitlin Smith.
TRACES by Mark Pulsford with dancers Tomomi Watanabe and Yuki Suzumura and voice by Caitlin Smith. Sponsored by China Airlines. To see a full video of the performance click here.