A man starts to think and a torrent of water starts. Water as a stream raises a relationship from which we do not know the beginning or the end. A relationship that causes the creation of images that give rise to other images, sounds that give rise to other sounds, liquid movements where nothing is petrified. Everything is open.
As in the film "The Russian Ark" by Sokurov, filmed in a long and unique sequence plan, it is said at the end: "The sea is everywhere. And we are destined to sail forever. To live forever. "
Not About Water has no beginning or end, immersing itself in a long-established course. Nothing will start here, nothing will end here either. We are in a continuum and we are instants, to desire the permanence. Not About Water is not about water. It's the water.
Lawrence Willoughby: Trumpet
Nuno Mendoza: Electronics and Ice
Tiago Moura: Visuals
Recorded at Mount Florida Studios in Glasgow, UK
Performed at Fabrica de Prata in Lisbon, Portugal