in Bill Viola, (Cambridge,MA: MIT Press, in conjunction with Anthony d'Offay Gallery, London,1995), pages 59-72 and 149-152 respectively; the citations arefrom pp.
The film again ends with water but this time crashing into a picture that disappears. Bill Viola uses the repetition of images through out his films.
It is almost as if with migration he feels that his reflection is not worth that large of a space. Bill Viola's created from 1977 to 1979 is largely concerned with water.