The murals titled No Water refer to the descending level of the ground water table, partly the result of sand mining. These works were produced according to the instructions of the artist, which are always the same: the uppermost segment of the painting must be blue, the lowest one brown. Specific hues of each color are chosen by people who have a connection with the place where the work is being shown. They also determine the height of the horizon, but this may never be situated precisely in the middle. Via this minimal and yet monumental work, the artist gives rise to playful involvement. As such, each execution can be regarded as a unique portrait of the museum and its surroundings.