-traceyb: hi James - I can\'t see any of the toolbars - my computer just crashed!
JamesC: this year: WATER WORKS!
-Hi: Hi every body
-Atefehkhas: mabye amin has the problem with TAP like me
-sonja: could someone type the url for the interactive map?
suzon: Mitchell Whitelaw works with data
JamesC: my ancestry is from Leeton
suzon: did some work about rain fall! and made jewelry
JamesC: by Dr Nigel Helyer and Dr Mary-Ann Lea
suzon: 3d world
JamesC: thanks and great to see the work
CamillaBoemio: Thank you
JamesC: i want to try that interactive map / app with sound recognition
-sonja: you started with an image of the murray river - was this after a flood - was the water lowerer than usual or was the washout because there had been a flood recently.
JamesC: it will give me an excuse to visit the places my paternal great-grand parents are from
suzon: WE HEAR YOU
lilamoore: yes we hear you
JamesC: the lack of water in the Murray is because of farms tapping the water upstream
suzon: CamillaBoemio: NIt’s a strange time we live in, as I can’t help but notice a certain “nihilism,” in terms of a general mood of gloom with respect to the future. What do you think?
bytetime: Nigel - http://www.sonicobjects.com/index.php/projects/more/bio_logging/
bytetime: Sonja - very low level of the Murray river
suzon: beautiful images
bytetime: I can hear ok
-sonja: tx tracey
suzon: Hi Lila! and Hi Olga!
suzon: please write your comments in the chat
bytetime: Mitchell Whitelaw website: http://mtchl.net
bytetime: The weather bracelet http://mtchl.net/weather-bracelet/
CamillaBoemio: NIt’s a strange time we live in, as I can’t help but notice a certain “nihilism,” in terms of a general mood of gloom with respect to the future. What do you think? \rNIt’s a strange time we live in, as I can’t help but notice a certain “nihilism,” in terms of a general mood of gloom with respect to the future. What do you think? \rNIt’s a strange time we live in, as I can’t help but notice a certain “nihilism,” in terms of a general mood of gloom with respect to the future. What do you think? \rNIt’s a strange time we live in, as I can’t help but notice a certain “nihilism,” in terms of a general mood of gloom with respect to the future. What do you think? \rNIt’s a strange time we live in, as I can’t help but notice a certain “nihilism,” in terms of a general mood of gloom with respect to the future. What do you think? \rI can’t help but think global warming has radically altered the global ontology. Thinking about the future seems to be almost a luxury. What do you think? \rI can’t help but think global warming has radically altered the global ontology. Thinking about the future seems to be almost a luxury. What do you think? \rThinking about global warning had radically allered the global ontology
lilamoore: hi Suzon
CamillaBoemio: I get the feeling that it isn’t just that you are playing with time, but instead that the deep time of this project itself, billions of years, forces an almost exponential consideration of the implications of what it means to communicate across vast gaps in time.
lilamoore: the holiness of water
bytetime: Interesting points Camilla. I am a little optimistic. Perhaps if we can learn from the pople who have cared for water for millenia then maybe there wil be hope. Indigenous knowledge can teach us much
CamillaBoemio: It\'s really important to be. Thanks
CamillaBoemio: So interesting. Who did you work with as part of the research for the project?
suzon: special water which treat people.... yes there are many places around the world which have special water
lilamoore: it reminds me of Nirvana, the brand
JamesC: me too
CamillaBoemio: It seems like one interesting aspect is that sometimes we don’t want to know things, or it\'s easier to not know things.
suzon: yes Lila :-) Lila talks about a work she showed on another tap
suzon: impressive image
suzon: it looks like a ballet!
suzon: white set with people in costumes ....
suzon: what an architecture
CamillaBoemio: Do you think these not so known matters are things that people are uncomfortable knowing about? This is typical of Italians audience.
lilamoore: It is very similar concept to Nirvana.
CamillaBoemio: Do you worry about this problem of complexity?
JamesC: complexity is common in many natural
JamesC: how is it a problem for yu , Camilla?
lilamoore: the relationship between healing and holiness
JamesC: or you refer to a different way of meaning complexity
CamillaBoemio: the second
-marischka: just saying hi :)
CamillaBoemio: It\'s a survey
Australe: Any web link to this research and case study? Would really like to read more!
-marischka: very interesting!
JamesC: you\'ve come for the finale
JamesC: Is it Allah who made the water so special?
JamesC: Did he give a special blessing for it?
JamesC: the first photo is cool. it looks like an eye
bytetime: that was really interesting Amin and Ali
suzon: Thank you Ali
suzon: EMOTIONAL WAY....this is how we ended the previous tap
suzon: with Olga (aka Australe)
suzon: Edith Beaucage artworks
Australe: BEautiful paintings and photos! Quite emotional indeed )
suzon: Barbara Rossi,
suzon: yes i recognise some ideal holidays landscape
suzon: Sascha Wiedner
suzon: Shaun Gladwell,
suzon: Marco Ferrari
suzon: his video
suzon: different image of refugees boats!
JamesC: Awesome presentatin
bytetime: wonderful ideas in your paper Camille
JamesC: I look forward to seeing the video of Ferrarri\'s
CamillaBoemio: The Ferrari\'s video is a political anaylis
suzon: audience? comment?
suzon: mythologie about water
bytetime: am i breaking up
JamesC: The fire-breather is an icon of spectacle / circus, which is strong in Aussie culture
JamesC: and we LOVE our waterfalls
suzon: change stories
bytetime: and the iconic nature of water - it\'s spiritual context
JamesC: but the fire on water resonates too much with CSG contamination of waterways. to the point you have rivers that aARE flammable
bytetime: true - the complexity \rutopia/dystopia
CamillaBoemio: My idea is create different scenarios
JamesC: no he is breathing fire
bytetime: i like that - envisioning diverse futures
bytetime: i have frozen
lilamoore: Hannes Bend
bytetime: pardon sad spelling
lilamoore: Soup of Creation
-marischka: the womb
suzon: yes the universal womb
bytetime: out of the primordial soup :-)
CamillaBoemio: It ìs primordial
CamillaBoemio: Is It possible use the VIMEO video?
CamillaBoemio: Is It possible look it, please?
bytetime: this is beautiful!
CamillaBoemio: It\'s amazing
JamesC: so simple but stunning!
suzon: Tom Kretschmer -berlin
-marischka: clapclapclap! beautiful!
atomme: & and everbody is surprises that there is no digital device…
bytetime: i love that is analogue
JamesC: makes me think of how attuned the Polynesians are and especially, were, to the ripples in water that they could navigate to islands thousands of miles away
atomme: greetings from berlin. its \rearly morning
atomme: thank you
suzon: Thanks Tom
suzon: sorry for the session going in different order...due to the digital flux
suzon: another story
CamillaBoemio: So wonderful!
JamesC: nice image
JamesC: reminds me of Carlotta
CamillaBoemio: For have a complete idea of artists
suzon: photos by ASMA -
CamillaBoemio: look the websites
bytetime: lovely, AMin!
suzon: oui Camilla, defenitely important!
lilamoore: haunting sounds, fantastic!
bytetime: I would like to share with you some of the video owrk I have done - \"Words for Water\"
amin: asma behassine
CamillaBoemio: Thank you Suzon and all!!!
bytetime: Nice to see you online agan Camille
bytetime: Thank you Suzon, James, Amin, ALi and Camille :-)
CamillaBoemio: Thank you so much Suzon
CamillaBoemio: Thank you James, Amin, Ali
CamillaBoemio: Good bye
bytetime: Bye!! xx
amin: good bye
amin: thank you all
suzon: Thank you everyone
-marischka: bye and thank you!
amin: can i write music on your works ?
bytetime: bye everyone - thanks audience:-)
-sonja: tracey what is the url for your words for water work
Australe: MAny thanks for an insightful session - so many new persmectives I\'ve learned )
suzon: + there is also a presentation by tracey about words about water in the media centre, presentation during the 2014 symposium