1995, City of Reykjavík, Botanic Garden
pigmented concrete, water, automation, pumps, electrical lights etc.
height above ground 3.6 m, depth of fissure (under ground) 3.04 m, length ca. 14.5 m, width ca. 7 m

The two columns protrude from a narrow , deep cleft in the ground that is filled with water. Water spurts between the two columns, and also flows over their tops.

A computer controls the flow of water so that it is constantly changing: sometimes the water falls very quietly and sometimes it is like a powerful waterfall.

An interview on the TV station Stöð 2, 1995 (Only  in Icelandic)