Waters of the Future is an installation about water incorporating water-based block prints.
Participants are invited to answer the question, “What is the color of the water of the future?” Answers to the question are made visible using special hand-carved woodcuts that are hand-printed using water-based pigments (mokuhanga) on Japanese (washi) paper.
This is the first U.S. exhibition of the project begun in Bahia, Brazil (2018). The artist will be on-site for several Sundays to engage visitors and hand print responses while demonstrating the mokuhanga technique. Each participant in the project will receive a "Waters of the Future” button designed by Florence.
The artist is grateful for the support of Sacatar Foundation to realize "As Águas do Futuro" in Brazil.