Almost 97% of the water of the globe is in the seas and the oceans. Freshwater comes from glaciers, ice cap, rivers, lakes and groundwater tables. It’s the water that man uses to feed. But its quantity only represents a millionth of the water on Earth.
The Palais Longhcamp was inaugurated in 1869, and commemorates the arrival of water from the canals in Marseilles. The rich decorations of the building represents the profusion brought by the water.
In our project Water Blues, we want to talk about this issue with mapping video sequences. The front of the city halls becomes a fragment of ice, a vegetal wall, or a dry land.