Entries could be artworks, community initiatives, sound pieces or textual material that can be exhibited and disseminated online
Art, design and performing arts students can use their creativity to raise awareness about water-related challenges that the world is facing.
Disappearing Dialogues and Media Art South Asia, in collaboration with House of Imagination and Bath Spa University, UK, is inviting artists, performers and community practitioners to send across digitised versions of projects centred on water for the online archive, Waters of Change.
Waters of Change is an open-to-all online repository of evolving tapestry of global creative narratives centred on water. The works uploaded can be used to raise awareness on water crisis all over the globe.
The entries could be artworks, community initiatives, sound pieces or textual material that can be exhibited and disseminated online.
The archive seeks to highlight projects that reflect on water not only as a social, economic and political resource, but also as a point of origin for creative endeavours that serve as provocations for the world to collectively reflect on its criticality in our everyday lives.
To send your works, or to discuss whether your project fits the criteria mentioned above, you may email to email@example.com. The deadline for submission is May 9, 2021.
If chosen, the contributor will have an opportunity to present their works in the Waters of Change archive and also be a part of collateral activities and collaborations with professionals and multidisciplinary practitioners from around the world.
The Water of Change, an online archive was launched on World Water Day 2021. The archive is moving forward by exploring, experimenting and exchanging views and thoughts of individuals and community practices around water. The archive seeks to inspire critical reflections around water in our everyday life through a collage of voices from various trajectories.
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