Waterborne in River Separates Water, Pittsburgh

Posted 9 June 2018 in News

French & Mottershead, Waterborne, Estuary 2016. Photo: Briony Campbell

Following this months outing at Dark Mofo in Hobart, Waterborne will feature in River Separates Water, a group show of artists who imagine rivers as spaces of transformation, opening in July at Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, USA.

Curated by Justin Hopper, the exhibition presents our audio work alongside large-scale video pieces from artists Hannah Tuulikki and He Xiangyu, and aims to explore elusive riverine moments when the unknown becomes understood; when one nation or way of life becomes another; when our very selves transform into something else.

Waterborne will be available to experience in the gallery, or take headphones for a walk along the river; and on Saturday, 7 July, a boat will tour the Ohio River, giving audiences a chance to listen while on the water.

The exhibition opens on the evening of Friday 6th July and runs until 26 August 2018.

See here for full details.

Tickets: Free.
Dates: 6 July – 26 August 2018.
Venue: 601 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, USA.