Mary Mattingly’s Wet Land aimed at identifying schemes of interdependence as well as strategies for confronting operations in a future where networks of dependency suffer under physical and political collapse. During the summer of '14, the sculpture and living space played host to a variety of workshops dedicated to enhancing public knowledge around community activism, ecology and sustainable technology. Saito, in seeking complement to the structure, developed Islands, Accidents. Fulfilling the role of establishing both context and text, Islands, Accidents cycled between a detailed schedule of the events active during attendance at the project and a litany of undeniable and resilient objects that the vessel putatively encountered during its voyage through a flooded world.