The precarious state of ice in the Arctic is dependent upon the temperature, sun, wind and the powerful tides.
issinniat are these chunks of ice waiting for sun melt, waiting for the tides to float back out to sea.
kivinig is a depression in shore ice caused by the weight of the water that passed over and accumulated on its surface during the tides.
Video represents “seeing beneath the ice”, and the continually transforming, changing states. From the fluidity of water, to liquid filled with ice crystals, to a deceptive hardened surface with semi-liquid beneath, until finally all liquidity vanishes and solidity prevails.
The sound is rushing water and Tibetan Bamboo Flute by Nawang Khechog from the CD Sounds of Peace.