For centuries people have been controlling water. We claim land from water - building land between former islands, re-directing rivers and digging canals. We use water as a dump, releasing agricultural waste and the fuel from our ships into it. We wash out our artificially flavoured sweat with chlorine. We fish. Water fights back with floods, tsunamis and drowning. Swimmers and fishermen go under, cities sink. Water leaves greenish slime in walls. Redefining the coast line, the border between the natural and the manmade is disappearing, bobbing and sinking.