Jon Lopez and Sylvie Taher
Somewhere in the development of our modern lives, we lost the romance of water. Water has became part of the infrastructure, it is like the tube system. It is there, we are heavily dependent on it, but we would never outwardly accept that dependence, let alone celebrate it in anyway. We’ve taken it for granted. But wasn’t there a time when the romance still lived? When water was more than just water. When it was about a moment of calm, or purity, or travel, or even the simple promise of reflection? This unit is an attempt to rekindle the romance with water.