Major Waters (action object)
Colourless, odourless and tasteless, H20 which gives us life, takes on independence from any reality with respect to the course of time, thus giving rise to the activity: experience-reflection on the aggression of the liquid element involved in time and space. The object-ice is only instrumental, as the larger waters affect an aspect that usually goes unnoticed, fresh water is running out, our snowy mountains are disappearing and the arctic poles are thawing, it is time to do something against the shit that pollutes our habitat, for this the action and process will serve as a pretext to draw the spectator's attention.
Later, when the waters break, our mouths will run dry and we will cry out for some liquid; it is as clear as day, it must be time to return the waters to their course so that afterwards we will not say: I am thirsty!...
Richard Peralta Jiménez