A highlight for this year’s Arts by the Sea festival, the internationally acclaimed Colour Project is set to bring Bournemouth Town Hall to life like never before, with a colossal projection mapping show. Silicon Shores, references the influence of digital technology on society through the unlikely prism of the ocean – turning the concept of ‘surfing the web’ on its head. The ten-minute experience will draw parallels between undersea submersion and the all-encompassing, ubiquitous nature of online space. Both dystopian and playful themes will be conveyed through a ten-minute audio-visual experience, featuring everything from giant sea creatures to desert islands, and a digital junkyard lurking in the ocean. The projection show will be a completely unique premiere for the 2018 event, using the architecture of Bournemouth’s historic Town Hall building as a canvas for a bespoke digital spectacular. With six ten minute shows running throughout opening weekend, don’t miss this opportunity to witness an intriguing transformation of Bournemouth’s Town Hall.