Note to Galleries

The most interesting way to show the water photos would be to project them from different projectors, enabling the spectator to be as it were immersed in the images. The space will be empty apart from the projectors, which should be discreetly positioned high on the walls. The spectator will see images of water, yet nothing is really there. Only light.

There could be a tape with the sound of Tibetan bells and singing bowls, the sound of which carries on in ever extending waves, as do the rings around an object thrown into water, inviting viewers to join this movement of expansion, allowing their minds to reach beyond the confined borders of our everyday life.

Another very beautiful way to present these images is to have enormous light boxes incorporated into the wall or into an interior window.

Eva Kircz, 2001