Helmut Smits: Water is the ‘Realest Thing’

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4_66,000 cupsThe Real Thing. © Helmut Smits, 2014. Made possible by Synthetic Organic Chemistry Group, University of Amsterdam, and TU/e. Courtesy of the artist in collaboration with Martien Wurdemann.
Photo by Ronald Smits. 

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Christopher Saucedo: The Traumatizing and Transformative Power of Water

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                                     Fluid Volume Index (flooded). © Christopher Saucedo, 2013.                                                                                                                   Courtesy of the artist and LeMieux Galleries, New Orleans. 

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Peggy Choy: Water, Dance, and ‘Afro-Asian Futurism’

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     Dancers/Choreographers Onye Ozuzu (left) and Peggy Choy (right) from RIVER – MOUTH – OCEAN.  
© Onye Ozuzu and Peggy Choy, 2014. Courtesy of the artists.

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Sant Khalsa: Good Water. Pure Water. Fresh Water.

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©Sant Khalsa Montebello                              Montebello, California Western Waters. © Sant Khalsa, 2000 – 2002.                                                                                                                          Courtesy of the artist and Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles. 

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Yoav Shavit: ‘Women of Refaiya’ and the Politics of Water in Palestine

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Refaiya

Still from the documentary short film Women of Refaiya. Directed by Yoav Shavit. 
© Water Project – Yoav Shavit, 2012
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Courtesy of the artist.  

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Shalini Kantayya: Who Controls Water Controls Life

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dropoflifeScreenshot from the short sci-fi film A Drop of Life (2012), directed by Shalini Kantayaa.

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Brittany Greeson: Framing Resilience in the Water Crisis of Flint, Michigan

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Flint, Michigan - January 20, 2016: (Brittany Greeson/The New York Times)

As part of his morning routine before the school day, Jeremiah Loren, 12, uses bottled water to rinse while
brushing his teeth at his home in Flint, Michigan on January 20, 2016. 
© Brittany Greeson/The New York Times, 2016.
Courtesy of the artist. 

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John Sabraw: Extracting Beauty from Toxic Water

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        To paint pieces like Bijagos above, artist John Sabraw uses pigments derived from toxic runoff from                      abandoned coal mines. Oil on Canvas 72 x 96 inches, 2013. © John Sabraw. Courtesy of the artist. 

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Serge Belo: Why 66,000 Cups of Repurposed Rainwater Matters

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4_66,000 cups66,000 – A Water Mosaic With A Cause.  © Serge Belo, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and Robert Wagenhoffer. 

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Mary Jordan: Water Above All

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Copy of Marilyn Minter- Photo by Brook Christopher2                     © Marilyn Minter, 2014. Courtesy of Brook Christopher and The Water Tank Project. 
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