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Thursday – Sunday, 13:00 – 17:00
15th July – 8th October 2023
The House Mill, Three Mill Lane, London, E3 3DU

Tributaries explores artistic responses to our relationships with bodies of water. Situated in The House Mill, the exhibition brings together five artist films that critically engage with water through global histories and geographies of trade, colonial legacies and the climate crisis. As the world’s largest surviving tidal mill and a building that is increasingly impacted by flooding, the House Mill’s context – past and present – is foregrounded in this exhibition. The films, like tributaries, flow into an important conversation about the ways we live with water.

Contributing artists: Martha Atienza, Ursula Biemann, Hanna Ljungh, Daniela Medina Poch and Elizabeth Gallón Droste, and Alberta Whittle

The exhibition will be accompanied by a site-specific performance by East London-based artist Helen Cammock at The House Mill. Taking place on Sunday 17th September to coincide with Open House Festival, this performance will reflect upon the context of the building and the River Lea that flows beneath it.

Tributaries has been realised in partnership with Arup Phase 2 and is funded by Arts Council England and Cockayne – Grants for the Arts.

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