I Can Hear It, Ivars Drulle
This work of art is located on the site where this year's Sand Sculpture Festival of Middelkerke is taking place. Therefore, it will not be accessible from 1 June to 15 September. Our apologies for the inconvenience.
Press is free to enter the site to visit the work, subject to prior accreditation via email@example.com.
You can walk around it and touch it. You can listen and observe. Latvian artist Ivars Drulle expects the audience to interact with his objects. With I Can Hear It he gives the spectator the chance to step out of the everyday hustle and bustle and become one with the natural power of the sea. Two huge horns, like those of old gramophones, are facing the sea. At the back, you will find a bronze female on a bench, listening to one of the horns. On the bench next to her there is one place left. Feel free to have a seat next to her and listen to the wind on the beach, the passing seagulls and the sound of the waves, through the second horn.
For practical reasons, Ivar's Drulle's work 'I Can Hear It' (the girl with the horns) will be integrated on the site of the sand sculptures from 01/06 to 13/09.
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