- Mold-blown glass; glacier water
- 7.6 x 19.7 x 14 cm
- Norway, Svalbard, and United States, San Francisco, California, and Star, North Carolina : 2017–2018
Project assistant: Maria Enomoto
During an artist residency on the Svalbard archipelago, near the Arctic Circle, Caroline Landau used wax to cover chunks of ice that had washed ashore. The wax was later turned into molds for these blown glass vessels, which now serve as relics of the rapidly melting Arctic.