Water Works is an arts project in which 8 residents in the London borough of Brent, aged 50 or over, will use photography to record their experience of water in a swimming pool, at home and on a visit to a water treatment plant.

The visual artist, Constantine Gras, will lead residents on an artistic journey and transform their images into photographic installations representing each water environment.

Short films and related events will reflect on how we use water in the context of urban pressures and climate change.

Water Works is funded by Brent Council and Western Wedge.

Constantine Gras is the lead artist for Water - Way of Life - an arts, environmental and educational project telling the West London Story for the 2012 Cultural Olympiad.


Exhibition dates

16 March - 9 April 2010

You are cordially invited to the preview at the Gallery on Thursday 18 March, 18:00 - 20:00.

The Gallery at Willesden Green
Willesden Green Library Centre
95 High Road
London NW10 2SF
Tel: 020 8459 1421
http://www.brentartistsresource.org.uk

Galley opens daily: 14:00 - 18:00

The exhibition will then tour to the Kew Bridge Steam Museum from 3 - 31 July 2010.

http://web.me.com/cgras/waterwayoflife

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