Since the start of the 21st century, it has been obvious and generally accepted that humanity has been witnessing the effects and consequences of its own apparatus, giving birth to a new era that could be named as the Anthropocene. This is characterized by the long-term/permanent effects caused in the ecosystem by the human intervention, with the most prominent of these effects being the recent phenomenon of global warming and its consequences. This exhibition tries to visualize and theorize this transition from the era of the land the to an era overwhelmed by the presence of water; it focuses both to specific events, as well as to personal narrations, creating a fictional narrative that starts from places of land overwhelmed by the weight of historical/social realities, and ends to a proposed catharsis brought by the element of water, both in personal and cosmic terms.