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Water Politics in California with the Water Underground
by Relatos Zapatistas ( relatoszapatistas [at] gmail.com )
Tuesday Jun 28th, 2011 9:56 PM
Members of the Water Underground created the Aqualab...a series of activities, experiments, and artistic experiences in the Tenderloin National Forest in San Francisco. In this segment, "water agents"share how the Aqualab is a space to engage water beyond the faucet. Engaging with water by questioning and mapping where it comes from and where it is going (and in what condition) is part of making water in California a commons rather than just another resource to be consumed. Audio Length 22mins05secs
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Members of the Water Underground created the Aqualab...a series of activities, experiments, and artistic experiences in the Tenderloin National Forest in San Francisco. In this segment, "water agents"share how the Aqualab is a space to engage water beyond the faucet. Engaging with water by questioning and mapping where it comes from and where it is going (and in what condition) is part of making water in California a commons rather than just another resource to be consumed. Audio Length 22mins05secs