Fluid Boundaries is an invitation to examine our relationship to technology using water as a sensory companion. When swimming, we often leave electronics behind. The water operates as a natural conduit for light and reflection. This work considers the dynamics of our experience at the edge, as we descend and ascend the ladder. Opaque, transparent or translucent, entering water can delineate both a physical passage and a metaphysical pathway. The point of ingress creates surface tension. A shift in pressure causes the liquid to quiver as it is pierced. The air is reduced, then removed. Sound changes; music becomes obscured and redacted. Assisted by the waterscape, this transition opens us to a different reflective experience, sparking introspection about attention, physicality, and mobility in our current media landscape. The project grew out of the artist's introduction to winter swimming near Aarhus, Denmark. Schorr found herself repeatedly drawn to the stark beauty of Ballehage beach in all seasons. Thus began a photographic exploration of water and the reflexive states that it can encourage.