Joseph Michael and his film-making companions come face-to-face with the heaving splendour of giant icebergs in the waters around the Antarctic Peninsula.
Back in New Zealand, they grapple with how to projection map an 'urban iceberg' onto the exterior of the Auckland War Memorial Museum, and how to create a soundscape that blends music with the voices of the icebergs.
The expedition to the Antarctic Peninsula gathered photographs and audio of icebergs, that will be used to project virtual icebergs onto landmark buildings around the world.
The expedition was the brainchild of artist Joseph Michael, who gathered a team of eight film-makers and photographers who spent nearly a month in Antarctica aboard the yacht Australis, skippered by Roger Wallis.
The team: Joseph Michael, Ryan McNeill, Mark Michel aka Mitch, Nick Flyvberg, Thomas Heleta, Simon Godsiff, Jason Nichols, Geoff Ross and Nick Walker.