The Hudson River is a 493 km long river in New York and New Jersey in the north east of the United States.

Before the 20th century, the river was known for its abundance of oysters. As cities grew, factories that once lined the Hudson, poured garbage and industrial waste into the stream. By 1927, oysters were too polluted to eat.

This City Water is an experimental exploration of the river's history, it's preservation, and cultural significance.

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