Water collected from wilderness areas is used to make bubbles that are released into the air. This absurd act points toward the precarious relationship between human ambition and the finite material basis for existence.
A bubble is constantly shifting, beholden to unseen capricious forces. It has an internal integrity because it is a minimal construction: its surface area is only as big as it needs to be. Its surface is both transparent and reflective - through it we see things as they are and how we wish them to be. An iridescent bubble floating weightlessly through space is captivating as tension builds through anticipation of an unavoidable demise.