Studio Theolin is working with WaterAid once again. This time in collaboration with H&M Foundation and photographer Malin Fezehai
Alongside designer Dan Bull, we are currently in the middle of a super exciting design project with WaterAid and H&M Foundation. We have been looking at the identity, design and production for an outdoor photography exhibition documenting the work of the partnership between WaterAid and H&M Foundation highlighting the issue of school WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) are the basic building blocks to eradicating poverty) in front of an international audience at World Water Week in Stockholm 2016.
Noori Tales: Stories from the Indus Delta
Photographs by Malin Fezehai Kungsträdgården, Stockholm, Sweden
15 August – 4 September 2016
About the exhibition
Noori Tales: Stories from the Indus Delta is a new exhibition of works by award-winning Swedish-Eritrean photographer Malin Fezehai. A collaboration between WaterAid and the H&M Foundation, the exhibition is part of the Kulturfestivalen (16 – 21 August) and World Water Week in Stockholm (28 August – 2 September) - the annual focal point for the globe’s water issues.
New York-based Fezehai travelled to the Thatta region in southeastern Pakistan to document the effects of water scarcity and climate change on the lives of schoolchildren living in the Indus Delta. The resulting series of 31 images follow the canals and inlets of the Indus River as they flow from one of Pakistan’s largest and most beautiful lakes, the Keenjhar – the source of drinking water for Karachi’s 16.6 million inhabitants – through to the schools and communities in the region.
Holding page – www.nooritales.wateraid.org