GhostNet is a floating installation of sound and light exploring cultural and environmental information at sea performing at coastal locations across the North. Developed by SoundNetwork and artists Steve Symons featuring audio recordings by Jana Winderen,
GhostNet allows audiences to play, explore and engage with marine journeys crossing arrays of information at sea. Live and recorded environmental data, underwater recordings, tidal harmonics and radio spectra interplay making beautiful performances of sound and light. Family audiences take part in digital making workshops that contribute to the floating performance with National Oceanographic Centre (NOC), Maritime Museum, Octopus Collective and local artist and maker communities across the North West of the UK.
GhostNet is the first production outcome from the Currently group supported by SoundNetwork and pending a grant from Arts Council England and with Live data provided by Amanda Steggell & Elisabeth Weihe
- 25/7/2014 Walney Island Promenade, Barrow-in-Furness
- 26/7/2014 Barrow Dock Museum, Barrow-in-Furness
- 27/7/2014 Barrow Park Boating Lake, Barrow-in-Furness
- 23/8/2014 Fort Perch Rock, New Brighton, Wirral
- 30 & 31/8/2014 Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, Liverpool