We had a fabulous time at Roker for World Water Day, discussing what water means to artists and their practice.
Huge thanks to everyone involved, especially the panel speakers; Nell Catchpole; Louise Mackenzie; Jack Greenhalgh; and Rob Mackay.
Full details can still be found here: https://daviddelahaye.co.uk/world-water-day-2022/
Interviews from the event can be heard on Sunderland’s SPARK Radio, and UN Water posted some of the amazing sounds to be heard in our freshwater environments!
The event was sponsored by Newcastle University Water Research Hub.
Underwater life is far from silent. Listen to artist David de la Haye’s hydrophone – hear amphibians, invertebrates, fish and even plants living underwater on the North Sea coast of England.
Check out this amazing aquatic soundscape. 🦎 💧 📻 #WorldWaterDay pic.twitter.com/a0HoPFVjBn
— UN-Water (@UN_Water) March 22, 2022