Water and justice are inseparably connected with each other. With modern ways of living, the need for water is growing steadily. This leads to a decrease of groundwater resources and the drying-up of seas. At the same time, the polar ice caps and glacial ice is melting. We have already noticed the consequences of climate change; on the one hand with its periods of extreme droughts, and on the other hand, with its terrible storm floods. This is one of the causes for people fleeing worldwide and to seek dangerous paths across the Mediterranean Sea.
Water might carry a different meaning for everyone, but in the end, everything is linked to each other. The exhibition presents 14 works that demonstrate their interdependency as a whole.
Mattia Balsamini, Julio Bittencourt, Solmaz Daryani, Jesco Denzel, Aaron Vincent Elkaim, Matjaž Krivic, Dirk Krüll, Daesung Lee, Kadir van Lohuizen, Gideon Mendel, Freya Najade, Maria Vittoria Trovato, Julia Unkel, Ira Wagner
Opening: Thursday, 7 th of November 2019 at 7 pm
Location: Kulturort Depot (Hall)
Opening hours: Wed. to Fri., 5 pm to 8 pm, Sat./Sun. 2 pm to 6 pm
Duration of the exhibition: until the 24th of November 2019
Entrance fee: free entrance
© f.l.t.r.: Aaron Vincent Elkaim, Freya Najade, Solmaz Daryani
With friendly support from