Paul Aloisi and Dan Bergeron, Flood Lines, 2014

Flood Lines addresses the increasing frequency of heavy rainfall events in our contemporary climate by creating a spatial dialogue between three cisterns and the roof of The Pavilions in which they collect water from. Artists Paul Aloisi and Dan Bergeron have graphically interpreted hourly rainfall data in comparison with Don River storm surge data to render three circular paintings oriented towards a central viewpoint directly beneath the peak on the roof of The Pavilions.