“Water Finds A Way” is on exhibit September 18th – November 18th, 2015 as part of AFTA Productions YOU ARE HERE Temporary Public Art Program supported by the City of Glendale and Glendale Arts & Culture Commission with funding from the Urban Art Plan. Additional support on this installation was provided by Glendale Water & Power and The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Special thanks to volunteers who helped construct the labyrinth Jake Baloian, Jennifer Baloian, Gary DiBerardino, Valli Ghantous, Jamie Gonzales, and Jesse Yeager. And Glendale Water & Power, Hey! Tanks LA, Potted, Theodore Payne Foundation, Croft Alley and musician Robert Hilton for participating in community programming.
The “Making of Water Finds A Way” 2015 Time Lapse video is produced by Rhonda Rodriguez with special thanks to Robert Townsend, Brian Halloran and Patrick McGowan.
The spiral pattern of the labyrinth symbolizes our cyclical journey through this world, “this mortal coil.” Walking its path our perspective is constantly changing, the destination is not the focus but rather a connection to the source. According to the native American mythology, the path reflects the choices we make in life and in the center houses our dreams and goals. We dreams of rain, yet our goal is to learn to live in harmony with the cycles of our semi-arid climate.
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