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 On these pages you can find the [[resilients_in_review|reflections]] and [[working notes]] of the [[http://resilients.net/people/|Resilients]], people who imagine possible futures and prototype them as artistic experiments in living and working environments. We transform the [[words_which_matter_to_people|concept of resilience]] into concrete practice by designing experimental social structures and situations and stress-testing them in real-life labs -- our case studies in possible futures.  On these pages you can find the [[resilients_in_review|reflections]] and [[working notes]] of the [[http://resilients.net/people/|Resilients]], people who imagine possible futures and prototype them as artistic experiments in living and working environments. We transform the [[words_which_matter_to_people|concept of resilience]] into concrete practice by designing experimental social structures and situations and stress-testing them in real-life labs -- our case studies in possible futures. 
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 [[control_of_the_commons|Control of the Commons]] explores the culture of water use by travelling on vessels constructed from recycled and locally sourced materials. [[augmented_urban_gardens|Augmented Urban Gardens]] are experimental grounds for cultivation of plants (and their ecosystems), on a fertile bed of arts and technology.[[the_pollinators|The Pollinators]] re-imagine pilgrimage as an itinerant artistic laboratory, connecting people and places they travel through. [[unmanned_resilience|Unmanned Resilience]] develops and deploys tactical technology (such as unmanned aerial vehicles and land and weather monitoring systems) in techno-artistic survival camps and foraging expeditions. [[edible_crafts|Edible Crafts]] examines resilience of material ecosystems of a dinner table, focusing on two ingredients: aronia and linen. Finally, the [[future_preparedness|Future Preparedness]] case study combines futurism, improvisation and meditation to prototype a range of possible futures and experience them as real, physical situations. [[control_of_the_commons|Control of the Commons]] explores the culture of water use by travelling on vessels constructed from recycled and locally sourced materials. [[augmented_urban_gardens|Augmented Urban Gardens]] are experimental grounds for cultivation of plants (and their ecosystems), on a fertile bed of arts and technology.[[the_pollinators|The Pollinators]] re-imagine pilgrimage as an itinerant artistic laboratory, connecting people and places they travel through. [[unmanned_resilience|Unmanned Resilience]] develops and deploys tactical technology (such as unmanned aerial vehicles and land and weather monitoring systems) in techno-artistic survival camps and foraging expeditions. [[edible_crafts|Edible Crafts]] examines resilience of material ecosystems of a dinner table, focusing on two ingredients: aronia and linen. Finally, the [[future_preparedness|Future Preparedness]] case study combines futurism, improvisation and meditation to prototype a range of possible futures and experience them as real, physical situations.
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