Now — March 2019
Conceived by Kazu Nakagawa, Carving Water, Painting Voice explores the themes of human migration and identity.
Sculpture, music, poetry and topology creatively collide in this exquisite sculpture, with a richly textured sonic composition created by Helen Bowater. Themes of voyaging are further explored through a display of poems written by Riemke Ensing and which include a work that considers the making process of the sculpture.
Homesickness is a longing for belonging, the invisible pull – like gravity – of a place against the current of human migration and ongoing journeys. Such uncountable conflicts keep our world never the same.