#28a, Where My Childhood Waterfalls Most Sweetly Sang, a video by Kristjana Samper
#28b, Source - Pluvial // Endless source, an installation by Mireya Samper, and Love Letter, a poem by Asra Rán Björt .jpg

Collaborative Project - Mother and Daughter - Three Generations

Kristjana Samper : Where My Childhood Waterfalls Most Sweetly Sang

Video

5;00 minutes

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Reykjavik, Iceland

It is time to realise how valuable the unspoiled worlds nature is for the human beings and other living creatures.

The experience of the heavy industry policy of the last half century is mixed with bitterness and wounds where far to many natural treasures have been sacrificed for the benefit of few and without valuing the consequences.

Mireya Samper : Source - Pluvial // Endless source

Silver leaf and Icelandic lava-sea stones.

300 x 300 x 25 cm

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Source – Pluvial is owned by the art collection of the National Power Company of Icelandic. Endless Source – is on display at Hlaðan, Snæfellsnes.

Reykjavik, Iceland

 

Source – Pluvial

"gutta cavat lapidem non vi, sed semper cadendo”

- Water is holy – Water is life -

 

Water is the strongest eliminate. It is the external and internal circle of life.

Our emotions are as pluvial and episodic as the weather.

The rain reflects our tears, whether they be shed in joy or sadness.

Water is eternal, infinite, no one is to possess it, it should be shared … it belongs to everyone, it is universal.

Asra Rán Björt : Love Letter

Poetry, Graphics

A3

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Tokyo, Japan