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      Fish Architecture – A framework to create Interspecies Spaces

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      Proceedings of Politics of the Machines - Rogue Research 2021 (POM 2021)
      debate and devise concepts and practices that seek to critically question and unravel novel modes of science
      September 14-17, 2021
      Interspecies, Transdisciplinarity, Coexistence, Art-Science, Biology, Architecture, Marine Science, Fish
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            Fish Architecture embraces the common spaces that we inhabit with aquatic animals. Here, we develop an approach to redesign these spaces as an interspecies collaboration. First, we should empathise with the non-human perspectives, while acknowledging limitations in understanding non-human perspectives of our mutual Umwelt. Next, we imagine new spaces that do not follow pre-existing human concepts. To achieve this in the framework of Fish Architecture, we merge the two disciplines art and science and apply their complementary methods to understand and imagine Interspecies Spaces. The Fishy Manifesto captures our process and explorations, as well as, offering a practical approach to coexistence. Fish Architecture is divided into three distinct phases, each offering room for observation and experimentation in different ecosystems. The third phase allows us to join aquatic and terrestrial life at the surface, paving a path to genuine ecological coexistence.

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            September 2021
            September 2021
            : 182-189
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            [0001]Max Planck Institute

            for Animal Behaviour

            Radolfzell, Germany
            [0002]Copenhagen, Denmark
            [0003]Max Planck Institute

            for Animal Behaviour

            Radolfzell, Germany
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            10.14236/ewic/POM2021.24
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            © Wegner et al. Published by BCS Learning & Development Ltd. Proceedings of Politics of the Machines - Rogue Research 2021, Berlin, Germany

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            Proceedings of Politics of the Machines - Rogue Research 2021
            POM 2021
            3
            Berlin, Germany
            September 14-17, 2021
            Electronic Workshops in Computing (eWiC)
            debate and devise concepts and practices that seek to critically question and unravel novel modes of science
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            Applied computer science,Computer science,Security & Cryptology,Graphics & Multimedia design,General computer science,Human-computer-interaction
            Marine Science,Interspecies,Fish,Architecture,Biology,Art-Science,Coexistence,Transdisciplinarity

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