Who Owns the Water? is a project I initiated in 2018 to address the state of Earth’s water. Mobilizing formats of research, participatory performance, stills, video, installation, and film, my aim is to engage with issues around water and its interlinkages with our social, political, economic, and ecological realities.
My intention is to find new ways of narrating the stories around the water through poetry, food, nature walks, music, and other possible cultural forms. The inaugural edition as part of this project took place at the Asia Society, New York, in November 2019.