‘Mother Nature is the greatest artist, and water is one of her favorite brushes. The element of water alters our vision and impressions. Known forms transition into new, unique and often startling creations, often beyond our expectations. Whether it is an entire ocean, a lake, a river, a pond or a single drop of water, the essence of liquid is transformative. ‘ —Rico Besserdich

Song of Silence is an art book that will take you on a journey into the essential, ineffable beauty of the mighty element, water.

The potential of reflecting the relationship between mankind and water, building bridges between societies, cultures and countries, uniting people and awakening a greater environmental awareness; this is the goal. Song of Silence has one single purpose, a vision of global unity. A look from a different perspective can make all the difference in the world.

97 people from 47 different countries contributed their personal thoughts about the beauty and importance of the element that unites as all, water. Their words are visualized by artful images of water. Divers, artists, philosophers, craftsmen, fishermen, housewifes, children, conservationists, medics, bank directors and many more were involved. Several Nobel laureates such as His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Dr. José Ramos-Horta, Dr. Tawakkol Karman, Sir John B. Gurdon and Professor May-Britt Moser contributed their words, other word contributors are Eckhart Tolle, Dean Kamen, Monica Green, Ricardo Donoso, His Exellency Jose Goni, Gunilla Lundgren and so many more.

Arts, science and philosophy working together hand in hand to create a positive universal message about something that is greater than all of us, water.

Book specifications
30x30cm (12×12 inch), Hardcover, 132 pages (170gr/m2). 4-color print with aqua varnish, UV varnish on the cover.

Date of publication: 13th November 2017

ISBN: 978-605-82119-0-2

For further informations and book orders please visit the book’s official website www.songofsilence.com


Check out the official video trailer of Song of Silence, premiered in the Nobel Museum: