In March 2021, the exhibition “101 × Woman. Life Stories from the Mountains” opened in Flims. A mountain of stacked boxes stretches over three floors of the Yellow House. On their mountain tour through the house, visitors discover 101 portrayed women who are connected to the mountains in different ways and in different professions and vocations.
With man’s stranglehold on nature, a period that some call the Anthropocene, the fresh water cycle is being severely threatened. In the first place, a large part is being used for agricultural purposes, be it for livestock farming or the ever more intensive fodder cultivation. The industrial sector is also very water-demanding, either as a raw material, solvent, hydroelectric source or coolant.