Archiving Nature At The Library Of Water

Archiving Nature At The Library Of Water

A unique museum and art installation in Iceland attempts to document the ephemeral relationship between and man and nature.

Lisa Baldini
  • 11 october 2010

Visitors to Iceland will often recount lasting impressions of the remarkable natural terrain of the country. Recognizing the importance of the intertwined relationship between this world of nature and the world of man, Roni Horn created the Library of Water. Equal parts archive, art installation and meditation, the Library of Water consists of different perceptions of Icelandic nature:

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