WATER WEIGHT, FRICTION POSSIBILITY

DAN Pon
OTHER SIGHTS

1:50

The Garden, 2018, T’uy’t’tanat-Cease Wyss

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2:46

祖祖輩輩呢度係…

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Yao Xiao

4:42

You have what are called the spring tides, those are the tides that are the highest of the highs, and the lowest of the lows…

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Kristina Lee Podesva, SESSION 16

5:10

Close was land that certain made admiral that…

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Laiwan, A New World is Reversed

5:25

These barnacles that are filtering the water…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

5:46

Ship the near reed green…

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Laiwan, A New World is Reversed

5:56

Walking near the river and not swimming in it is like walking next to friend and not talking to them…

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Genevieve Robertson, SESSION 1

6:29

I really appreciate you asking about our barnacle research…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

6:49

Down the Fraser river walking and swimming along its shores from Yale BC to it’s mouth…

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Genevieve Robertson,SESSION 1

6:57

How do you make people bump into each other over and over…

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Lindsay Brown, SESSION 4

7:04

Lets look at making kin first…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

7:32

I’m interested in the intersection of different types of human systems…

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Germaine Koh, SESSION 5

7:48

We are trying to get people accustomed to being with, eating with, doing things with other people…

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Lindsay Brown, SESSION 4

8:03

A lot of the Chinese from this Chinatown … are all from that region…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

8:22

There’s this residual reluctance to move outside one’s field of expertise…

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Germaine Koh, SESSION 5

8:38

After the doors of perception…

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Kara Uzelman, SESSION 13

8:57

Kinds, diverse, of fruits and water much…

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Laiwan, A New World is Reversed

9:27

Centuries ago the word emergent meant…

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Kimberly Phillips, SESSION 1

9:44

The care with which you ask the questions…

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Jen Weih, SESSION 5

9:51

So how did I become an artist and not some insurgent somewhere?…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

10:08

I became a conductor for understanding the experience of entering a habitat that’s not my own…

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Genevieve Robertson, SESSION 1

10:50

We put up these man-made structures but there’s all these holes in it…

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Jay White, SESSION 1

11:03

So its kind of like forcing our human behaviour into lock step with the natural environment…

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Germaine Koh, SESSION 5

11:13

I’m not going to insert rationality here trying to explain Donna Haraway…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

11:51

How we might turn away from over evaluation phenomena such as growth…

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Kristina Lee Podesva, SESSION 16

12:20

What feels appealing is the potential to help convince people of a new kind of approach…

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Germaine Koh, SESSION 5

12:48

They actually are so in tune with the tides…

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Kristina Lee Podesva, SESSION 16

13:26

Tentacularity means on some level, the ability to think with eight tentacles…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

14:03

The West Coast has been connected in communication for years…

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Cynthia Brooke, SESSION 16

14:41

To create this archive that is like an intervention into the idea of the biographical narrative…

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Carol Sawyer, SESSION 5

14:59

More was there…

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Laiwan, A New World is Reversed

15:22

History is an ideological project, it’s a poltical project…

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Carol Sawyer,SESSION 5

15:37

He had moved to the province in 1950 after being fired from the National Film Board…

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Kara Uzelman, SESSION 13

16:00

Part of the accessibility was that you were able to hunt and fish…

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Joulene Parent Tse, Phase II Session 1

16:28

It saw first should who him…

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Laiwan, A New World is Reversed

16:48

One of the bigger studies was using hallucinogenics for therapeutic purposes…

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Kara Uzelman, SESSION 13

17:19

Here are some low tides coming up…

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Kristina Lee Podesva, SESSION 16

17:43

Staying with the trouble…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

18:08

During low tide, you can go out on the shore, you can find food…

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Kristina Lee Podesva, SESSION 16

18:24

False Creek used to extend up further, all the way up to Clark avenue…

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Jay White, SESSION 1

19:03

That used to be an island, had a farm on it,

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Cornelia Wyngaarden, Comment,SESSION 1

19:32

It seems like as access continues to proliferate that act of representation is never going to end …

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Audience Comment, SESSION 4

19:19

How do we see the other, no longer as ‘othered’, but actually a part of you…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

19:27

The whole, full, messy complexity of any given moment…

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Carol Sawyer, SESSION 5

20:05

Scientists have not been able to decode brain signals…

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Kara Uzelman, SESSION 15

can

20:30

There’s something else that’s going on…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

20:35

How do we break down those fences…

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Cynthia Brooke, SESSION 16

20:39

Land, was it affirm?…

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Laiwan, A New World is Reversed

21:11

I’m interested in the work of imagination…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

21:21

The continental divide used to be a shoreline…

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Genevieve Robertson, SESSION 1

21:45

Tsawwassen was an island…

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Audience Comment,SESSION 1

21:58

You can tell by looking at it that it was a relatively fresh fill in…

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Cynthia Brooke, SESSION 16

22:30

Midnight, after, hours two to up…

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Laiwan, A New World is Reversed

23:01

How might was imagine our own time differently…

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Carol Sawyer, SESSION 5

23:13

There is this idea of global tidal friction…

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Kristina Lee Podesva, SESSION 16

24:13

We have to get rid of thinking that we live in a Anthropocene…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

24:26

Signs these at rejoiced…

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Laiwan, A New World is Reversed

24:54

The Athabasca runs through the tar sands in Northern Alberta…

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Genevieve Robertson, SESSION 1

25:08

Cecil John Rhodes, Rhodes scholarships, all of those things were named after him …

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

26:00

Don’t write me out…

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Carol Sawyer, SESSION 5

26:14

And most of the really strong admonitions against property speculation are gone…

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Lindsay Brown, SESSION 1

26:23

A rough boundary of what used to be this intertidal zone…

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Jay White,SESSION 1

26:37

Fences rot out… it doesn’t matter what you make them of…

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Cynthia Brooke, SESSION 16

27:07

The old ports which were previously embedded in city life …

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Kimberly Phillips,SESSION 1

27:34

9/11 was given as the reason why the docks were put behind fences…

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Cynthia Brooke, SESSION 16

28:03

This new and highly contested route would cut through salmon bearing streams…

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Genevieve Robertson,SESSION 1

28:15

They [companies] own in that they have an extended, one company even has a 1,000 year lease on the Foreshore…

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Cynthia Brooke, SESSION 16

28:53

Often these in-between spaces sat empty, but not actually empty at all…

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Genevieve Robertson,SESSION 1

28:55

This state of being in-between …

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Germaine Koh, SESSION 5

29:05

In apartheid Rhodesia to be Chinese meant…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

29:27

nterstitial or I don’t know exactly how to describe it…

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Genevieve Robertson,SESSION 1

29:29

A cognitive blankness follows…

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Kimberly Phillips,SESSION 1

29:48

We’ve gone from a place where in my generation alone…

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Cynthia Brooke, SESSION 16

30:15

How do we work with other species?…

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

30:38

Weirder still, the theme this year is the idea of Vancouver…

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Kimberly Phillips,SESSION 1

31:18

We are in this precarious but beautiful situation of having this multi-million dollar waterfront property…

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Jay White,SESSION 1

31:22

Development and monopolization of land is the predominant experience…

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Lindsay Brown, SESSION 4

31:29

I was told the story that the land of the expo land actually being built on Styrofoam..

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

31:57

So with the city of Vancouver it was framed not as labour unrest, but community unrest…

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Cynthia Brooke, SESSION 16

32:19

I’m interested in the possibilities of where we can create dwelling…

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Germaine Koh, SESSION 5

32:29

The city of Vancouver has a long history of trying to stop public space …

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Lindsay Brown, SESSION 4

32:56

Trying to have an equal playing field…

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Audience Comment, SESSION 4

33:08

You cannot build a liveable city if you build it through speculative purposes …

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Lindsay Brown,SESSION 4

33:15

What other city heroizes developers…

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Jeff Derksen, Comment SESSION 4

33:23

George Vancouver came and came into contact with the Tsleil-Waututh, with the Squamish people, with the Sto:lo people and the Musqueam…

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Cynthia Brooke, Comment SESSION 16

33:49

The best way of storing capitol…

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Jeff Derksen, Comment SESSION 4

34:07

Where does art end, and what are its concerns?…

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Jen Weih, Comment SESSION 5

34:37

You start having timber fall down, you’re running out of the big trees, you’d better export something soon…

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Lindsay Brown,SESSION 4

34:55

There’s way more stuff that happens than what gets solidified into the pillars that become history…

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JGermaine Koh, SESSION 5

35:10

As a longshore worker this person is related directly to the work that I do, the people that greeted George Vancouver, did the work that I do…

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JCynthia Brooke, SESSION 16

35:30

People came by the thousands, and they came from all over North America…

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Lindsay Brown, SESSION 4

35:40

I want to say thank you to William Nahanni one of the found members of…

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Cynthia Brooke, SESSION 16

36:03

The work that needs to be done is here….

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Laiwan, SESSION 15

36:22

Vancouver’s Foreshore has also been a place that shifts and moves its not alwyas specifically that place that is in between the tides.…

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Cynthia Brooke,SESSION 16