The sea never sleeps
The sea never sleeps is an immersive audiovisual art installation consisting of a wide curved projection screen on which a sea-scape of the north sea coast is projected. The many faces of the sea flow by slowly shifting from day into night and from reality over the edge into the imaginary. A sea that’s always there, ever changing. A sea-soundscape accompanies the visuals and creates a meditative auditory atmosphere of natural and artificial sounds. All recordings of visuals and sound have been made at the beach of Scheveningen, a former fishing village which has now become part of the city of The Hague, where the artist lived for four years.