Napua Wang | Ways to be Water: An Oral History
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About This Project

Ways to be Water is a project that was based on interviews with artist Emily McIlroy, exploring her experiences of loss and healing. Water, an element which McIlroy closely identifies with, served as a metaphor of the nonlinear, individual process of grief and bereavement. Like water, it often changes forms, cycling and recycling through different configurations, as it takes on new shapes in our external and internal landscapes.


Oral History Book - Ways to be Water

Graphic Design, Typography