You’ve studied water for a lifetime in order to make sculptures of art.
I meant, of course: Sculptures of water.
“But it keeps collapsing all the time.”
Still, you’re interested in water.
“Yes. Water has something never-ending about it.”
Most people would say that it doesn’t make much sense, but almost, to claim that.
“Yes. I just mean that water flowing around and around has something never-ending about it.”
But doesn’t that require an engine?
“In a way.”
(Note: “Art is rising” (“Kunsten stiger”) is a danish ironic expression first used by a sailor who helped land the ship of danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen. It’s still in common use today.)