Your Waves Go Over Me is a stunning wave of 3,000 fish created by artist Mark Reed to accompany the visit of the Natural History Museum's Dippy the dinosaur to Norwich Cathedral.

It took more than four days to construct the 10-metre walk-through wave in Norwich Cathedral’s Hostry and this 360° video by Norwich-based Vortex Visual gives a behind the scenes look at the making of the wave sculpture from every angle.

Dippy's visit to Norwich Cathedral aims to spark conversations about our planet and how we can protect it for the future, and Mark Reed's Your Waves Go Over Me installation puts the spotlight on the importance of water through the ages, from the time of dinosaurs right through to the modern day and beyond.

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