Drowned Worlds was a multi-media public art event that reflected on the potential future impact global climate change may bring to our cities. This local event was held on August 9th, 2012 near Melbourne’s Yarra River. It involved artists and writers from RMIT University in Melbourne working with partners Fairfax Media and Grocon, along with artists from China and Japan on the theme of water and its crucial role in everyday life across the Asia-Pacific region.
The Drowned Worlds event comprised artworks in a range of media such as video, performance, sculpture, sound art and performance in order to highlight the significance of water as a precious global resource.
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