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Mind map

To find what I wanted to do, I decided to start build a new mind map with everything I got so far, and the new element I got from lectures of some articles, such as:

Birth, K. K. (2012). Objects of Time: How things shape temporality: Palgrave Macmillan.
Bastian, M. (2012). Fatally Confused: telling time in the midst of ecological crises. Environmental Philosophy, 9(1), 23-48.
Bastian, M. (2015). Liberating Clocks.
Linton, J. (2010). What is water?: The history of a modern abstraction. UBC Press.

The result is a crazy mind map, going in every direction. However, it made me realise that all my ideas were linked, and it helped me to make connection with some inspirational projects, as well as giving me new direction of research.

PDF (vector file) Mind map

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