The work is titled after its namesake, My Waters. Moving across urban space surveilled is not something unbeknownst to us. In 2016, the Public Utilities Board of Singapore launched a mobile application called "My Waters". This uploads a screenshot every two minutes of different places susceptible to flash flooding. The screenshots can be accessed on your phones by downloading the application. The clips are artifacts of durational performances that I conduct in this cyber space. The end of the video at the two minute mark signifies how long it takes to take any single frame for this work.
The work is nominated for the NTU Global Digital Art Prize 2019.