‘The Habitable Zone’ speaks to Earth’s position in the ‘goldilocks zone’, an area of space where water can exist in a liquid state. Light draws triangular geometric shapes across the gallery wall. This light emanates from rectangular lines drawn in aluminium, an impersonal factory aesthetic associated with the minimalist Bauhaus School, these hard lines represent Capitalism’s narrow perspective of water as resource. In contrast, the colour of the triangles changing through the spectrum reflects a ‘state of flow’, water’s true nature as ‘Source’. This juxtaposition poses questions and possibilities to address issues concerning water as we enter the Anthropocene.