School of Apocalypse Working Group: Mapping Worldwide Art & Water

As part of School of Apocalypse, Sarah Cameron Sunde and I led a global team working on mapping artists working on, in and with the water. The team consisted of Nancy Nowacek, Seila Fernandez Arconada, Tessa Grundon, Tal Beery and other contributors.

We devised research methods, did outreach to global communities of artists and then produced geographic and relationship maps of the data collected. The site is a work in progress: maps.worksonwater.org

This collection was a starting point for Works on Water, as well it helped us better define the movement of water artists which is “artists working with specific bodies of water in which water is either stage or material and the work is performative in nature.”

School of Apocalypse: Mapping Water Artists

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