Doreen Kennedy | The Endless Seascape
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The Endless Seascape

The Endless Seascape

Based on the 19th century Myriorama (‘many views’) puzzle, The Endless Seascape is a series of 10 seascape photographs that can be rearranged by the viewer to create an infinite number of combinations to portray different scenes. The original version was a series of small cards with landscape drawings.

This photographic version is a series of 594mm x 420mm photographic prints mounted on board for the viewer to rearrange and change the seascape scenes.

The Endless Seascape (part 1) and Photo Booth were installations at the Flat Lake Literary and Arts Festival, Clones, Co Monaghan, Ireland. 14-16 August 2009.

The Endless Seascape