This work is framed around the small (former) mining village of Eisden, Limburg, Belgium. Due the past mining activities and collapsing of mining galleries, the ground has sunken 12 meters gradually over the past years. Therefore the mining company had to pump the exces water away to avoid flooding. In this case the government water company saw this as a opportunity to install a water pumping station that would use half of al the drinkable water, supplying half a million people. The other half is dumped in the canal, an equivalent of 12 olympic swimming pools each day. The work consists of three parts that the visibility of time, process and space of the watercourse . Together they form a game of oppositions of various fragments in various forms.