Henry Driver: Unseen & Unceasing
The Art Station is launching ‘Unseen & Unceasing’ – a new digital work by artist Henry Driver.
‘Unseen & Unceasing’ is part of a creative heritage project that began last year when The Art Station opened areas of the old Saxmundham telephone exchange to the public for the first time to celebrate the historical significance of Saxmundham as a former hub for connectivity in Suffolk. Taking inspiration from this project, artist Henry Driver has created a new digital artwork which will be launched at The Art Station. ‘Unseen and Unceasing’ is an awe-inspiring digital immersive experience, inviting the viewer to explore incredibly vivid and complex visual environments, and discover more about the nature of connectivity. Following the launch, the piece will also be hosted online to view via The Art Station’s website.
Henry Driver is a young artist based in Suffolk who works with digital media to connect us to the environment and present responses to climate change. He has shown work across the UK and internationally. For more information on his work, visit www.henrydriverartist.com or instagram @henrydriver_