The use of water in my work is a means of connection between our accelerated life of technology and the steady durations of nature that have for the most part, held true since the beginning of mankind. Whether melting, rusting, or soaking, this natural constant is the only true means of measuring time. Every schedule from our nine to five work day to the four seasons are nothing more than a human construct; they don’t really exist. They are simply the ways we label and divide a constant flow of eternity. Accordingly, I strive to create events with a disregard for these classifications by simply allowing the processes unfold according to their own sensual characteristics.