Not a Drop was a 48 hour arts event which showcased the work of over 50 artists, saw speeches from several environmental and human rights leaders and delivered workshops to local children. What tied all of this activity together was a collective interest in water; what it’s made of, who has access to it, and what social and environmental issues it throws up.
Ambitious aquaponics projects were exhibited, which offer an innovative water-based solution to food scarcity in urban environments. A fog collector showed how countries facing drought might collect water. Performance collective ‘Bad Host Theatre’ imagined a London underwater. The event was a massive success with almost 500 people attending over the weekend.