Works on Water
Works on Water was the first triennial dedicated to art made on, in and with the water. The inaugural event took place from June 2017 at 3LD Art & Technology Center in New York City, and featured artworks, theatrical performances, conversations, and field expeditions that explored diverse artistic investigations of water in the urban environment. This exhibition featured gallery re-imagining of nine site-based projects, and 15 field expeditions that engage water as site and material in response to the urgency of a changing climate, increasing urban density, and burgeoning public awareness of the intersectionality of ecological issues. The featured works connect to current economic, political, and global issues and are related to traditions of Land Art, Public Art, and Performance Art, among others.
The inaugural Works on Water triennial in 2017
Organized and curated by: Emily Blumenfeld, Clarinda Mac Low,
Eve Mosher, Nancy Nowacek Katie Pearl, and Sarah Cameron Sunde.
Produced by New Georges in collaboration with 3LD, Guerilla Science, and Arts Brookfield.
The Play About the Bridge (Walking on Water)
The Long, Slow Walk
Every file generated by The Bridge 2012-2016
3 hrs, 22 minutes