Two small rectangular dams were constructed onto the studio floor. The dams were reminiscent of reservoirs on the upland moors in West Yorkshire. On different days, the dams were empty, or had small or large amounts of water flowing into them. Sometimes the water was coloured, and sometimes the dams leaked. Later, dams were filled with coloured jelly which set, and went mouldy, dried out and cracked, in way resonant with reservoirs during a drought.