Why?

Why decolonize technology with water?

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“I will have to learn how to heal myself with water.”

Liquid Poems – Vivian Hernandez R.

Experimental Open Process

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Artistic Research

Thinking through

Seawater

Waterbodies

Wetlands

  • Water Catalog (Idioms)
    • Babbling-Blue-Boiling-Brewing-Carving-Chilly-Chugging-Clean-Cleansing-Clear-Cold-Condesation-Cool-Crashing-Creek-Current-Dangerous-Dark-Deceiving-Dewy-Dirty-Disappearing-Drenching-Downhill-Dribbling-Drink-Dripping-Drips-Drizzing-Drops-Evaporating-Eroding-Talling-Filling-Flavored-Flowing-Fluid-Foggy-Fresh-Frozen-Gargling-Gurgling-Gushing-Healing-Hissing-Hot-Hydrating-Icy-Invigorating-Lake-Lapping-Life*giving-Life*taking-Liquid-Meandering-Melting-Mesmerizing-Misty-Monson-Muddy-Murky-Nippy-Ocean-Peaceful-Perspiration-Plopping-Pond-Pool-Pounding-Pouring-Powerfull-Puddle-Puling-Raging-Refresing-Rainy-Rising-River-Roaring-Rushing-Salty-Scalding-Scattered-Sea-Silent-Slide-Slosh-Soaking-Sparking-Spatter-Spiling-Spiraling-Spitting-Splashing-Splatter-Splish-Sploosh-Spounting-Spring-Spurt-Sputter-Stream-Still-Steam-Stormy-Stream-Surging-Swallowing-Sweating-Sweepping-Swirling-Tears-Tide-Tinkling-Tranquil-Trickling-Twirling-Warm-Washing-Wave-Wet-wild-Zooming.
    • Idioms:
      • Water under the bridge
      • Keep (one’s) head above water
      • In hot water
      • Like a fish out of water
      • As a duck takes to water
      • Blood is thicker than water
      • Spend money like water
      • Of the first water
      • (not) hold water
      • Water something down
      • Plenty of (other) fish in the sea
      • A drop in the ocean
      • The world is somebody’s oyster

Media

  • Audio
  • Video
  • Data
  • Poetry
  • Off course also water

Field Research

  • What type of data?
  • What type of storytelling do I want to tell?
  • How should I recollect the data?
  • LoRaWa
    • Temperature
    • Pressure
    • Humidity

Authors

Hito Steyerl – Notes:

  • AIL Program
  • Data extraction
  • Current state of common sense

Melody Jue – Notes

  • Territorial Bias
  • Thinking through Seawater/Water
  • Watery Humanities
  • Hydrofeminism
  • Exploration of an interface:
    • surface between two fluids
  • Embodied memories of the places/territories