Stations of Water


St Paul’s Cathedral, 25th September – 27th October 2017

Inspired by World Water Day on the 22nd March 2017 a group of ten Alumni from Chelsea College of Art working closely with St Paul’s Cathedral’s Schools and Family Learning Department and St Paul’s Institute will stage a project inspired by the theme of water. The nine artists and two curators come from the UK, Mexico, US, Spain, Russia and New Zealand. Each station will be an art installation, encouraging visitors to contemplate the themes and issues inspired by World Water Day before moving onto the next station. The nine stations are all inspired by water and themes such as access to clean drinking water, pollution, conservation, privatization of water, drought and global warming. Each Station will be an installation of either a, painting, sculpture, video, sound or light installation and possibly performance.

Artists: Alex Roberts, Kelise Franclemont, Michelangelo D’Arteaga, James Pimperton, Paul Abbot, Marilyn Collins, Marcela Montoya-Turnill, Regan O’Callaghan, Jonathan Slaughter

Curators: Regan O’Callaghan and Oksana Smirnova

Image: Graham Lacdao

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