What do you know about water? Only that it’s everywhere differently.” Roni Horn In 2000 Roni Horn published Another Water, an examination of the water of the River Thames through extensively footnoted photographs. This new edition of Another Water includes a new edit of the photographic aspect of the work. Water is a central theme for Horn: as a component of weather, a defining feature of her beloved Iceland, and as a beautiful, changeable element on which life depends. Another Water is an ode to the substance of water but also to its impact on identity and imagination: in Horn’s words, “You can’t talk about water without talking about oneself.