Someone come find meDigital, installation, Public art
Someone come find me
An installation for galleries and the open sea. A nautical buoy sits in an open body of water and people are invited to send it a virtual message in a bottle via SMS, a confidence, a private thought or a message for someone far away. These messages are translated by the buoy and flashed out to sea in morse code visible for miles away. A meditation on disappearing landscapes, our intrinsic relationship with the sea and eroding coastal communities.
Presented at Brighton Festival 2012, re-mixed for UKID festival 2016 – Indonesia in collaboration with Miebi Sikoki, funded by the British Council.
“evocative and beautiful… I can taste the sea.”