Artists probe the state, and fate, of water

“Water is taught by thirst,” Emily Dickinson wrote in the poem of the same name.

The poem inspired artist Naoe Suzuki to create two pairs of frighteningly contrasting art works. One depicts in blue and brown the doused landscapes of the Adirondacks and Boston,

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