Join us at Half Moon Bay in Heysham to experience This Endless Sea, created by artist Chlöe Smith.
The installation, which is housed inside a specially designed coastal shelter, explores the themes of grief and the sea. Inside the shelter is a six screen, short moving image work and soundscape, providing an intimate and timely experience for one or two people, or a family, to gently reflect on their own experiences of grief and loss.
The installation is free to visit with no need to book.
The location of This Endless Sea is just a short walk from Half Moon Bay Café in Heysham and can be located using what3words.com ///mows.ambushed.camps. The installation is wheelchair accessible and there is level access from the road to the shelter, though this is across some bumpy ground.
The shelter will be open from 10-18 June (closed on 12 June). Opening hours 11am-4pm.
In addition to the installation, Chloe will be running Grief Cafes on Sunday 11 June, 5.30-7pm in The Cornerstone, Lancaster and Thursday 15 June, 5.30pm-7pm in the Half Moon Bay Cafe, Heysham.