Meeting of Waters

Citizen Art Collective for Mainstreaming Water Knowledge

Meeting the Glaciers

Glaciers are slow-moving rivers of ice that form from an accumulation of snow over many years. Around 10% of the world’s land surface is currently covered by glaciers, which store around 70% of the Earth’s freshwater. 


Meeting the Oceans

About 71 percent of the Earth’s surface is water-covered, and the oceans hold about 96.5 percent of all Earth’s water. It breeds the oldest forms of life on the planet and the greatest mysteries to humans. 


Meeting the Rivers

Rivers carry the fresh water that gives birth to civilisation and humanity. We explore rivers through worldly mythology which provides the sense of identity and cultural belonging to individuals. Moreover, we experiment communicating spatial boundaries (geographical, cultural, political), temporal boundaries (civilisation and climate change) as well as the history of modernisation (industrialisation, pollution, loss of biodiversity), all through the perspective of a river.