Faced with the shortage of water, how will existing and future cities and landscapes adjust to the drastic environmental shift? Out of Water is a response to this looming challenge. The goal of the exhibition is to constructively re-imagine urban futures through the use of water technologies and to delineate an expanded vocabulary of water resources, quality, and infrastructural/architectonic relations to our urban environments. The first part documents a set of contemporary case studies and technologies and tools for collection, conversion, and distribution of water sources in arid climates. The second part showcases the speculative scenarios for a new water culture in arid climates by a select group of young architects, landscape architects, material technologists, and urban planners.