Water is something humans must avoidably waste. But we still have options on how we approach, view and interact with our activities that relate it.
This piece explores the notion of being hyper-aware that water is draining away from us during our usage. The sonic experience of listening to water which is in use, can lead us into a process of thought which may juxtapose or challenge traditional symbolic references to water. The processing of the sounds of water which are not recorded, but live and in real-time may, also further call into question this traditional symbolic model and perhaps reference the performative qualities of engaging in our basic human needs.