Stations of Water, St. Paul's Cathedral, London

Alex Roberts (Artist), Paul Abbott (Artist), Michelangelo Arteaga (Artist), Marilyn Collins (Artist), Kelise Franclemont (Artist), Marcela Montoya-Turnill (Artist), Jonathan Slaughter (Artist), James Pimperton (Artist), Regan O'Callaghan (Artist), Oxana Smirnova (Curator)

    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


    25 September - 28 October 2017

    Stations of Water - nine artists created site-specific artworks for a temporary exhibition at St. Paul's Cathedral; part of St. Paul's Institute's, international Just Water 2017 campaign.

    Artists: Paul Abbott, Michelangelo Arteaga, Marilyn Collins, Kelise Franclemont, Marcela Montoya-Turnill, Regan O’Callaghan, James Pimperton, Alex Roberts, Jonathan Slaughter
    Curators: Oxana Smirnova, Regan O’Callaghan

    Alex Roberts was supported by The Eaton Fund, who helped fund the making of her exhibited works.

    The nine artists and one curator (alumni of Chelsea College of Art, London) come from the UK, Mexico, USA, Spain, Russia, and New Zealand. Stations of Water was modelled on the liturgy of the Stations of the Cross. A guide directed visitors to the nine stations, which were inspired by water and themes such as religious rituals, access to clean drinking water, pollution, conservation, the privatisation of water, drought, and global warming.

    Each Station staged an installation of painting, sculpture, video, sound or light.
    Alongside the exhibition, the artists worked with the Cathedral’s Schools and Family Learning Department and St Paul’s Institute running art and education projects with visiting primary, secondary and further education groups.

    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherSt Paul’s Institute
    Publication statusPublished - 25 Sept 2017
    EventStations of Water - St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, United Kingdom
    Duration: 25 Sept 201728 Oct 2017


    • water
    • transparency
    • reflection
    • painting
    • art installation
    • visual arts
    • group exhibition
    • st. pauls cathedral


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