What do you see when you look at water? Here are ninety-five answers, ninety-five directions, ninety-five possibilities. Here is water in it's endlessly new nature. Here in a dictionary because water is the ultimate lexicon. Only recently Scalo of Zurich published Horn's Another Water (The River Thames, for Example).
A separate work, Still Water is presently being shown at Castello di Rivoli, Torino and soon to be viewed at the Whitney Museum of Art, New York. Another installation titled Some Thames has been shown at the Whitney Museum, New York. With the assistance of Nic Tenwiggenhorn, Horn draws from the River Thames instances of water towards a language without words.