Fluid is a series of large format, performative underwater photographs. Skarbakka photographs himself in extreme situations, and his works explore the physical and psychological effects of the environment on the body. For Fluid, Skarbakka, a certified diver, photographs in quarries, lakes, oceans and other bodies of water, many of which contain wreckage, submerged architecture or vegetation. The series investigates metaphors of suffocation, panic, and loss of control. The photographs themselves, made with an assistant, are up to ten feet in height to capture the massive yet contained sense of submergence.