Dir. John Akomfrah Prod. Smoking Dogs Films 2015 48 min. UK
Vertigo Sea, a three-screen film, first seen at the 56th Venice Biennale as part of Okwui Enwezor’s All the World’s Futuresexhibition, is a sensual, poetic and cohesive meditation on man's relationship with the sea and exploration of its role in the history of slavery, migration, and conflict. Fusing archival material, readings from classical sources, and newly shot footage, the work explicitly highlights the greed, horror and cruelty of the whaling industry.
- 58th International - Venice Biennale 2015. - Bristol’s Arnolfini gallery 2016 - Turner Contemporary 2016 - MOMA San Francisco 2018 - The Store X, London,UK 2018