"In 1913 Arthur Thomas Myers bought the land between Greys Avenue and Queen Street and gifted this to Auckland city, land he developed into an inner-city park with a free kindergarten and playground. The original playground was constructed with special playground equipment Myers imported from the US. It followed a model in the US called “The Reform Park” where parks were being developed closer to where people lived and as safe places for children to play. Myers Playground explores this playground as an incubator of ambition, imagination, and confidence, each musical note a childhood memory."
A site-specific sculpture appears to float freely in a space that used to present public sculpture.
Novak uses mobile devices and software to augment the Auckland Art Gallery's collection of permanent works.
Novak brings the musicality of twelve everyday objects within Auckland's Aotea Centre to life.
Documentation of an augmented reality work installed at the Faculty of Arts at Auckland University.