Water shapes landscapes, lives, and legacies. Yet, access to and use of water is neither equitable nor compassionate. Our oceans are polluted, our groundwater is depleting and our rivers and lakes are drying up.
Science Gallery Bengaluru’s first exhibition-season SUBMERGE (15 December – 30 January) showcases what could happen if geologists, hydrologists, artists, civil engineers, ecologists, social scientists, oceanographers, historians, and storytellers, among others, shared and created knowledge about water to address challenges and identify futures.
ArchaeaBot: Post Singularity and Post Climate Change Life-form by Alex May and Anna Dumitriu is featured as part of the SUBMERGE exhibition.
SUBMERGE participates in the Government of Karnataka ‘Year of Water’ initiative and features the Smithsonian’s popular exhibition ‘H2O Today’ facilitated by the US Consulate, Chennai.
Visit SUBMERGE at Bangalore International Centre!
Monday to Friday – 13:00 to 21:00
Saturday and Sunday – 11:00 to 21:00