Inspired by extreme weather events and a warming planet, Equilibrium, contemplates the dichotomy of water. While water sustains life, it can also be a destructive force. This dual nature, creation and destruction, is greatly impacted by the onset of climate change, a disruption exacerbated by human intervention. Through its use as a commodity for the wealthy, the sustaining trait of water is impacted by depletion and waste. Thus the very action of exploiting the intrinsically nurturing qualities of water leads to the destructive element of it coming alive. The photographs in this exhibition are a reflection on how humans capitalize, waste, exploit, fear, relish, conserve and revere water, as it transforms into a greater destructor than sustainer.