The average human body comprises thirty-seven Liters of water. Disease, the entire concept thereof, has made me think about its very genesis –how do these miniature deviations in the human body that make us different from each other actually occur. How do such significant changes occur in an equation so pure that from the start it is balanced to the tiniest detail. The materialisation of this change is visible in water, the water which constitutes and defines us, without which life is brought into question. Among other things, water symbolises change, and the relationship between man and nature is something that has changed significantly over the years and which affects the world we live in – and the way we live it – on all levels. Water is the purest, most basic compound, the beginning of all things, and my own interpretation of life leads me back to water from every direction.