Water rhythms is a story of climate change told by ice and water. It is a story about the dualism of water, the universal connector of nature and humans. It is also an intergenerational story of the rapid change and depletion of our glaciers and freshwater sources worldwide.
On 10.10.2020, we launched a sonic waterfall installation in Jack Poole Plaza in downtown Vancouver using samples from our field recordings of of glacier melt and of the sediment eroded by the glacier and carried by the water. The installation is an invitation to 'bathe' in the soundscapes of water flowing from source to sink, while gazing at the water towers (mountains) from which they emerge.
Susie Ibarra and Michele Koppes
Water Rhythms website