For my residency at Kaus Australis in Rotterdam, I proposed to examine flooding—a subject that has long been one of my preoccupations—in a country defined by its management. I made a rubber stamp with the text, “Penetration of the Flood Idea/Liquid Field Study”, to label all the works in this research. In addition to making drawings, I began to piece together Portable Flood Management Station, a large sculpture made of dishtowels, sponges and lengths of cheap fabric—items used by women everywhere to mop up spills around the house. At the end of my stay, I took the sculpture to the sea’s edge to do its work. It was eventually swallowed by the waves.