|Plot||The project considers fog harvesting, the collection of water by deploying flat, rectangular, nylon nets. The practice is useful in regions such as northern Chile where dense fog, known as camanchacas, brings moisture, but no rain. According to some studies, fog harvesting can yield up to 13 litres per day for every square metre of mesh. The project also allows viewers to question its viability, whether water was gathered by the seemingly magical process of using a net, or taken from a readily available source, such as a tap. People are gently reminded to reevaluate water's importance, particularly as we carelessly exploit and pollute it, and its power as a spiritual metaphor, seemingly coming from nowhere, yet all around us, giving us life.... search for Camanchacas on IMDb|
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