Water shapes cities and territories in different ways, dimensions and scales; all along its natural and artificial cycles, water runs through an interwoven network.
Crossing surfaces, soils, subsoils, pipes and countless devices: from surface to sewer, above or underground, polluted or clean, cold or warm, visible or invisible, water moves unceasingly throughout a complex but unique infrastructure. The Language of Water proposes to explore this infrastructure as one explores a language, looking at the landscape as a complex text to be deciphered.
The language of water. De taal van het water. Chiara Cavalieri (Ed.). 2019, 23 X 38 cm, 242 pages, limited print-run.