WATER FUTURES MID-SEASON EXHIBITION - "REIMAGINING URBAN WATER"

Marking the midway point in Water Futures, a yearlong research program, "Reimagining Urban Water" presents three new proposals by Tei Carpenter and Chris Woebken, Studio Swine, and OOZE. The proposals explore off-grid thinking and small-scale infrastructures that include new ways to harvest rainwater, clean wastewater at a local level, and provide free drinking water as an alternative to the scourge of plastic bottles. The exhibition aims to reinvigorate the relationship urban residents have with water by weaving water more visibly and imaginatively into cities and our lives.

On view from October 9 though November 15. 

Reimagining Urban Water is presented by the A/D/O Water Futures Research Program. Water Futures addresses and explores the drinking water crisis and asks: How can design help address this in the future? Responding to the tensions around water in the urban environment and the shift for cities to ban the single use disposable plastic bottle, Water Futures aims to inspire designers to take action in reimagining our toxic drinking water culture and design alternative realities.

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When
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
12:00 am
WATER FUTURES EXHIBITION - REIMAGINING URBAN WATER

Curated by Jane Withers. 

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