Kai Bosworth

Liberatory Ecotechnologies, Cyborg Ecologies and the Green New Deal pan­el dis­cus­sion

in Climate Futures II: Design Politics, Design Natures, Aesthetics and the Green New Deal

One of the things that’s real­ly dif­fi­cult about scale is pre­cise­ly this ques­tion of how do dif­fer­ent col­lec­tives inter­face with each oth­er and inter­face as part of one anoth­er.

Designing Energy Transformation: From the Modern Infrastructure Ideal to Liberatory Technologies

in Climate Futures II: Design Politics, Design Natures, Aesthetics and the Green New Deal

When you actu­al­ly look at infra­struc­ture sys­tems from the per­spec­tive of the Global South, they’re much more hybrid, pre­car­i­ous, amenable to polit­i­cal and social trans­for­ma­tion. And I want to maybe flip this and say hey, if we actu­al­ly look at the infra­struc­ture sys­tems of renew­able ener­gies in North America this might also be the case.