Water Works Exhibition at Kew Bridge Steam Museum

A photographic exploration of the life cycle of water

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Water Works is an arts project in which 10 residents of the London borough of Brent, aged 50 or over, have used photography to record their experience of water in a swimming pool, at home and on a visit to a water treatment plant.

This is an arts, environmental and educational project connecting people with water and the waterways of West London. It is a West London Story for the 2012 Cultural Olympiad exhibiting between 3-31 July.

The visual artist, Constantine Gras, has lead residents on a unique artistic and environmental journey. This has culminated in a a gallery installation and photo collage representing three stages of a water life cycle.

Water Works

Water Works is funded by Brent Council and Western Wedge. Western Wedge is a partnership between seven local authorities in West London, supported by the Arts Council England.

Kew Bridge Steam Museum: 020 8568 4757, Fax: 020 8569 9978, Email: info@kbsm.org or visit www.kbsm.org

June 8, 2010