Friday Late: Every Last Drop

  • Yewande YoYo Odunubi

From the Indian ocean to the everyday ritual of water drinking, we explore our ever-evolving relationship with water.

27 October 2017
18.30 – 22.00

Water is the most abundant material on Earth. It comprises up to 73% of the human body, covers three quarters of the planet, is a source of life and healing, as well as a vital building material component. It is also a natural resource under threat. This Friday Late, join us to trace the spirituality of the Ganges and uncover the impact of industry on China's drowned landscapes. Quench your thirst at our water bar, where we ask if algae can break our addiction to plastic and expose what tap water is really comprised of. Drift among ocean debris and question what a water-less future would look like.
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Check out photos from the Friday Late here.
Good Block
Richard Foe
P.D, Thomas Treasure
Party Carter
Skipping Rocks Lab (Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez and Pierre Paslier)
Jane Withers
Arabeschi di Latte
Little Duck The Picklery
Yung Chang
Anthony Acciavatti
Clot Magazine
Wayne Binitie
Philipp Ronnenberg
Anastasia Korosteleva
Alexander Paul Duncan
Deborah Sutherland (V&A)
Kirsten Kovaara
Glacier Girl
Morgane Planchenault |
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