The video-installation ‘Imperceptible Rhythms’ shows the infinity of noise that is slowly masking all the non-human communication underwater.


We’re feeding the water with noise. Shockwaves of human-made rhythms slightly fill up the ocean with an ever-present and constantly rising ‘fog’ of sound that masks all non-human communication. Sea life has to navigate through an infinity of noise that slowly is destroying their entire territory. This everlasting distortion of both the navigation and communication of various life-forms is caused by a systematically wave of invisible vibrations by submarine sonar, oil exploration and ship traffic.


Imperceptible Rhythms allows you to experience the expanding forms of human oscillation that slowly fills up the ocean with sound.


Loop-based video work, exhibited with projection at Bring Your Own Beamer in Upstream Gallery during Amsterdam Art Weekend 23 November 2019.


Sculpture - mirrors - beamer.


Visual art by: James Whistler
Music : Immersive Perceptions by James Whistler
Release: November 2019
Exhibited at: BYOB in Upstream Gallery (by Amsterdam Art Weekend x Rafael Rozendaal)