Ice text installed on Lake Nipissing during the Ice Follies exhibition hosted by the WKP Kennedy Gallery in North Bay, Ontario. The Resource Project questioned our ownership of natural resources on a local, national and global level. The lake’s name means “big water” in the Algonquin language and is the third-largest lake in Ontario. At seven feet tall it was very visible by the main road that borders the lake. The word resource has many connotations and in the context of the landscape it alludes to assets, property and wealth. As our resources shrink, how will we establish governance of other natural resources such as clean air and water in the future? Local photographer Liz Lott continued to document the ice installation’s melting for 3 weeks.