The Wave(s)

With the use of colorful video’s, soundscapes and graphical elements, this installation is a visual translation and representation of ‘The Waves’, written by Virginia Woolf.
Her method of writing reflects on concepts such as time, decision-making and identity through the inner monologues of six characters. In this installation, these six character are brought to life. The viewer can witness different perspectives of a (non-linear) story, in which each of the characters is represented individually, yet are intertwined with and correspondent of one another. All six video’s are played simultaneously, creating an overflow of sound and mixed experiences. 
For now, meet Bernard and Rhoda & an overview of all video’s to experience the soundscapes.