sound, light installation and vinyl print.
'bleeding blue' is a sound installation that aims to shed light on the critical issue of ocean noise pollution and its detrimental effects on marine life. The installation is composed with archives of recorded audio by marine biologists, acoustic scientists and field recordists capturing the raw sounds of the ocean and the intrusion in the underwater environment.
The installation draws attention to the often invisible but devastating consequences of ocean noise pollution. 'bleeding blue' aims to raise awareness about this urgent environmental issue and provoke contemplation about our relationship with the marine ecosystem. It serves as a powerful reminder of the need to take action to protect our oceans and the delicate balance of marine life that is being disrupted by human activities.
Center for WhaleResearch - Ken Balcomb
OceanCare - Nicolas Entrup
OceanCAre and Dalhousie University - Lindy Weilgart
NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center and Scripps Institution of Oceanography from the LISTEN GoMex project - Melissa Soldevilla & Linne Hodge
Ocean Acoustics Group - The Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
Ocean Sounds - Dr. Heike Iris Vester
Univeristy of Bristol - Prof.Steve Simpson
Lancaster University - Dr Timothy Lamont
MARS Coral Reef Restauration - Ben Williams
Marine Biologist - Emma Weschke
Marine Biologist - Isla Hely
Marine Physical Laboratoty - Dr. John Hildenbrand
Univeristy of Exeter & the Australian Institute for Marine Science - Tim Gordon
Field Recordist - Constantine Katsiris
Field Recordist - Felix Blume
Field Recordist - Pablo Diserens
Field Recordist - Natalia Domínguez Rangel
Special thanks to Yana Barinova, Lina Barinova, Theodora Danek and Barbara Runggaldier for their amaizng support.
Grahic Design: Celine Wouters