Rayss, together with the poet Sigurbjorg Prastardottir, have positioned
themselves on the shores of Icelandic lakes and at the edge of modern
swimming pools. The authoresses have taken a look at natural water
reservoirs, present in the lives of the islanders since time immemorial,
as well as luxury tourism, which made an appearance in Iceland with the
advent of new technologies. Water has proven to be Iceland's gold.
Nature was domesticated, then sold.