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== Looking through the pussy-scope ==

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Hardlab TransHackFeminista

 "I don't believe in "gender violence", I think that gender itself is the violence, that the norms of masculinity and femininity,
  as we know them, produce violence."  Beatriz Preciado - OMINIA MEA MECUM PORTO
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In Pechblenda macho attitudes, assistentialism, invasive and patriarchal behaviors are NOT welcome. Sick of the filthy dust, montonous and boring, of stagnant, unbreathable, competitive and excluding environments, of semi-free information which is actually totally controlled, power and decision of hunched up egocentric and infantile machos. Tired of repressed, impenetrable and homogenous bodies, we are resetting and migrating our bodies, modificable codes, lubricated and fluid, far from this sad landscape.


HLAB2014 Workshop Propousals

HLAB2014 Research

HLAB2014 26 audioPerfos



DIY Fluids Narratives River ANALysys hardware Prototypes & Polluted Industrial Environment Dialectics

  • This research starts for the hackterialab yogja april 2014: here the dossier
  • Was expanded here:Water Hackathon 6-7 June 2014Open Source Technologies for Rivers, Oceans and Lakes - Explore the Possibilities of Open Hardware for Open Science Projects
  • And now continues in Interference - amsterdam august 2014

Developing Devices



dusjagr's mini-residency

Bioxido de Titanio

more on TiO2 Photocatalysis

Some early notes and experiments to use Photocatalytic TiO2 / Ag Nanofilters for water cleaning done in august 2014, during dusjagr's Pechblenda session @ Calafou and more notes on DIY Fluids Narratives by klau (partially in spanish)


Can we turn this artsy paint into useful high-surface area photocatalists?


Photocatalysis with nano-structured titanium dioxide (TiO2) promises to be a new solution to the drinking water problem because it only uses visible light from the sun and it doesn’t rely on electricity or expensive equipment. Scientists are working on how to put the method into practice and how to scale up photocatalytic water treatment.

from [1]

Inspired by various recent research publications:



Preparing the PechBlenda Lab

Links to publication about TiO2:

And working on some synths


Looking through the pussy-scope

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