The Thames Basin is a chalk aquifer (a large body of porous stone containing water) sitting below the Thames, running hundreds of metres deep. This source of clean drinking water was one of the factors that made this location the favoured site of the ancient settlement that is now contemporary London.
The poetic potential of this incredible hydrogeology will be explored in small abstract studies followed by reflection and discussion over refreshments. Each participant will take home their small three-dimensional piece.
Bathing House is a small studio exploring the relationship between water and the city through art and architecture projects.
Supported by Hermitage River Projects