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Waterweek returns to examine waste water

Waterweek is devised by artists Clare Whistler and Charlotte Still, who have been collaborating on a project about local water for five years. They follow “an organic process of where thinking about and being with water will take them. ‘A water wandering’; inquisitive, interactive, immersive, reflective, poetic, experiential, unexpected, spontaneous and flowing”. This year Waterweek is about waste water: sewage, polluted water and water we waste. Xaverine M A Bates found out more.

Posted 15:11 Friday, Mar 16, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Ali Campbell Andreas Kornevall Atlanta Cook Bill Gower Charlotte Still Chris Drury Clare Whistler Compost toilet environment Gallery North Graham Kean Henri Brocklebank Ian Fairlie Jane Trowell John Gallop Kay Syrad ONCA gallery Peacehaven Wastewater Treatment Works Pete Dollimore Platform pollution Powdermill Woods Surfers Against Sewage waste water

WATERWEEK 4 – Ponds

Local artists Clare Whistler and Charlotte Still return to present a week of events around the theme of water, focusing on local ponds, during the week of 25-31 March. HOT’s Xaverine M A Bates provides the details.

Posted 16:51 Wednesday, Mar 8, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: Butoh Charlotte Still Clare Whistler Pete the Pond ponds water
WaterWeek

From mouth to source

Xaverine Bates explores more of the themes in Clare Whistler’s and Charlotte Still’s WaterWeek 2: a week of events which meanders, dips and plunges into an array of water in its many forms from a myriad of perspectives.

Posted 21:23 Wednesday, Feb 25, 2015 In: Arts News Tags: archaeology Art Charlotte Still Clare Whistler dance marine geology neuroscience water
Waterweek

Seven days of information, conversations and reflections celebrating water

WATERWEEK 2 is a week long series of events from March 8th-14th, inspired by UNDERWATEREDGE a walking exploration of the Pevensey Levels by local artists Charlotte Still and Clare Whistler.

Posted 13:29 Friday, Feb 13, 2015 In: Arts News Tags: Bader International Study Centre Charlotte Still Clare Whistler climate change environment Herstmonceaux Pevensey Levels water WaterWeek2
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