Waters of Change is a dynamic archive of creative initiatives focusing on Water. This archive features a diverse range of artists and creative practitioners from India, U.K, Colombia, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Poland, Argentina and Zimbabwe, bringing to one platform diverse lenses through which to interrogate and respond to the role of water in our individual and collective lives. Local voices come together in this tapestry of works to provoke a reflection on the criticality of water in everyday lives across global geographies. This is an initiative of the Kolkata-based Disappearing Dialogues Collective and Media Art South Asia in collaboration with House of Imagination and Bath Spa University, U.K.
The Disappearing Dialogues Collective (DD) is a dynamic platform for creative engagement and cultural expression that aims to foreground everyday practices and environmental awareness of a particular socio-spatial reality through collaborative, co-produced arts practices.
In working closely with children and pedagogical processes, DD looks at art as a situated, embedded practice that enables an alternative mode of learning about individual and collective socio-cultural identities. It also makes possible trajectories of socio-spatial activism and transformation from a deeply rooted standing.