A spectacular, large scale projection event and soundscape by artists Anna Heinrich and Leon Palmer, that will ‘virtually’ transform and remodel the architecture and facade of The Deep. This ambitious work will be a dramatic, monumental, expression of the geological forces and biological processes which originally inspired the appearance of The Deep. It will reflect a sense of the rich aquatic life contained within the building as the light penetrates and shafts through the depths of its maritime environments.
Anna Heinrich and Leon Palmer are two UK based artists who have worked in collaboration since 1991. Their artworks range from photographic and light installations to large scale projection events and public art interventions.
This project is the final co-commission between The Deep and Hull 2017 as part of Look Up – a programme of temporary installations in public places and spaces around the city curated by Andrew Knight and Hazel Colquhoun.
Production and AV equipment for Floe is supplied by QED Productions, who have worked closely with the artists on the development of this project.
Please note, this installation runs from 6pm – 10pm.
Begins at dusk.
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