Memory of Water Common Lab Finals of the Project

From an artistic perspective, Memory of Water project has committed to uncovering alternative approaches to regeneration and citizen-led planning with questions around bridging the gap between grassroots visioning and implementation; how to avoid gentrification, and whether or not artists are vulnerable to being used for different agendas.

As the project draws to close, Common Lab has been an opportunity to reflect on the impact that the work of this pan-European six-cities exploration has had on the artists and partner organisations involved in its delivery.

Twelve participants reflected on two main questions:

1. What did we achieve together as a European project?

2. What impact did the European project have on each of us?

If you haven't had a chance to watch this Common Lab live here is a chance:

Memory of Water - website and FB page.

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