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<nettime-ann> e-book & conference launch online, on 21-22 March
Suzon Fuks on Thu, 19 Mar 2015 15:59:01 +0100 (CET)


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<nettime-ann> e-book & conference launch online, on 21-22 March


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Dear nettime list members,

I am happy to invite you on 21-22 March
online at http://water-wheel.net/taps/view/792
To:
­ Launch of e-book 'Water Views: Caring and Daring' with editorial team
and guest authors
­ Meditation for water with renowned guest singer from Chennai, India
­ Balance-Unbalance Conference launch with its founder Ricardo Dal Farra,
film screening & performances

SESSION 1 ­ your time: http://bit.ly/e-book_launch1
SESSION 2 ­ your time: http://bit.ly/launch2_with-meditation-preceeding

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E-book is available for free download in its entirety and by individual
chapters. INFO BELOW & on this link: http://bit.ly/e-book_3WDS14
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looking forward to celebrating to World Water Day with you
Cheers,


Suzon
Waterwheel, Make and Share about Water
http://water-wheel.net


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E-BOOK 'Water Views: Caring and Daring
Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium 2014 ­ 3WDS14'
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Science, Art, Ecology, Community and Youth
respond to the theme: ³Water Views: Caring and Daring.²

An astonishing number and variety of entries ­ 125 articles & 540 pages ­
makes this book a rich collection of ongoing work internationally, often
with a local focus, on raising awareness and responding to water issues.

450 participants, from 34 countries across 5 continents, interacted with
audience ?live¹ on the Internet & in 18 physical venues or ?nodes¹,
through Waterwheel, an online platform dedicated to water. The symposium,
held 17-23 March 2014, also integrated youth & inter-generational dialogue
with the ³Voice of the Future² strand.
Transversal knowledge and multidisciplinarity across cultures and
languages shaped the content and structure of the e-book. The nine, richly
illustrated sections contain three types of entries, based on the
presentation given as part of the Symposium: ³Splash²­ project overview,
³Ripple²­ detailed project description, and ³Wave²­ peer-reviewed article
on original research.

Table of Contents
1. Opening - performances: Ulay, Jason Lim and online-performers
2. Voice of the Future - youth projects: performances, conservation
campaigns...
3. Activism, Art & Science - projects catalysing change at many levels
4. Art & Science - interdisciplinary dialogue and interaction
5. Hydrology ­ Past & Future - from India, Greece, Tunisia, California and
Australia
6. Conservation & Transmission - water rights, festivals, cultural
heritage and museums
7. Care & Dare - water values re-envisaged by community groups
8. Performance - live art, outdoor actions & online-performances designed
Waterwheel¹s creative collaboration interface ?the Tap¹
9. Hydrosonics - a sound art festival hosted at NYU by Ear to the Earth

The e-book is available for free download in its entirty and by individual
chapters. Any donation, however, towards keeping Waterwheel turning, will
be hugely appreciated.We especially encourage a donation if you represent
a funded institution. http://bit.ly/e-book_3WDS14

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