WATERSHED is a moving information “billboard” that projects global climate change directly into public space. A visually striking projection, WATERSHED's hypnotic imagery of flooding and of pirarucu, a newly revived Amazonian fish once at the point of extinction is uplifting and immersive. It encourages people to engage with climate change as they watch entrancing images of colourful fish.

WATERSHED is co-sponsored and courtesy of CYNTHIA-REEVES, New York.

Anita Glesta is a New York-based artist with a long history of using art as a tool for activism. Her work encompasses object making, time-based installation sculpture, digital works, mediascapes and landscapes.

Location

Lyttelton Flytower, Royal National Theatre, South Bank, SE1 9PX

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