In a that oscillates between droughts and flooding rains, water consciousness and reducing our environmental impact are critical. Whether rain feels...
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In a that oscillates between droughts and flooding rains, water consciousness and reducing our environmental impact are critical. Whether rain feels far away or plentiful, Australians are mindful that every drop is precious, even in Sydney when La Niña moves in.
Indeed, even though water covers 70% of the Earth’s surface, fresh water is a scarce and valuable resource vital to all forms of life. Changing weather patterns and our rapidly escalating global water usage (which is now growing at twice the rate of the population) means water availability is becoming more vulnerable than ever.
And so we invite you to stop for a moment, watching as drips of light form and fall - as if from a leaking tap - before splashing to the ground below. Elegant in its simplicity, the subtle unpredictability of each drop this installation encourages a greater awareness of our relationship with water.
As we watch each droplet swell and hang suspended before it drops, Fall asks: What can you do to be more wise with water?
Country represented by installation: Australia