Vibha Galhotra is conceptual artist living in Delhi, India, whose multimedia oeuvre — including sculptures, installations, photographs, videos, site-specific work, and public art interventions — addresses the shifting topography of a world radically transformed by climate change, consumerism, capitalism, and globalization. Propelled by the constant negotiation between human beings and their ecosystem, Galhotra’s practice utilizes intensive research and intuitive imagination to investigate the social, economic, and political implications of human activity on the environment. She draws from varied disciplines, including the fine arts, ecology, economics, science, spirituality, and political activism to inform a poetic visual response to the environmental changes and restructuring of culture, society, and geography occurring in today’s world. Who Owns Water? is a project Vibha Galhotra initiated to address the state of Earth’s water. Her intention is to find new ways of narrating the stories around the water through poetry, food, nature walks, music, and other possible cultural forms.