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Water insinuates

Water threatens

Water welcomes

Water repels

Water is inert

Water ripples

Water nourishes

Water perishes

Water freeze

Water is white

Water is black

Water sticks together

Water separates

Water are the same

Water are different

When I was 7, my father throw me into the pool to let me learn swimming,I almost Drowned.

I can't swim since then but I love the ocean.

I didn't like to drink water when I was a child because it taste like nothing. 

But I love hearing the sound of rain, and the droplets on the on the window at a rainy day.


P.W. No. 50, Symptom-Floor Water,1974,Koji Enokura

Gelatin silver print

24.2 × 23.5 cm (image); 30.3 × 25.2 cm (paper)


Symptom—Sea-Body (P.W. - No. 40), 1972, Koji Enokura
Silver gelatin print

6 3/8 x 9 5/8 inches image size

There can be no more poignant image of the body being our means of belonging to the world, nor of our desire to be united with the world around us and our consciousness of our separation from it, alternating like the endless ebb and flow of the waves washing upon the shore. 

— Simon Groom, "Encountering Mono-ha", Mono-ha: School of Things, Kettle's Yard, pp. 17–19, 2002

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Phase of Nothingness-Water, 1969/2005
Steel, lacquer, water
Two parts; 47 1/4 x 47 1/4 inches (diameter); 11 7/8 x 86 5/8 x 63 inches


Hans Haacke
Calligraphie, 1989—2011
Photographs and text
Installation view
©Hans Haacke/VG Bild-Kunst
Image courtesy of the Artist


Hans Haacke

Condensation Cube, 1965 (2006) (2013) 

Sculpture, 76 x 76 x 76 cm

Horn, Roni. 2013. “Saying Water.” YouTube video, 8:23. Posted may 21.

"Watching the water, I am stricken with the vertigo of meaning."

13 Lakes, 2004, James Benning

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