More info here! In connection with the workshop, the 606 Studio Aqueduct Futures Project has launched a new website: watershedwranglers.com with a survey about the Eastern Sierras.
Hydro-librium signifies the balance of water, an ironic caption depicting the not so equated water dispute between the Owens Valley and city of Los Angeles. As Los Angeles began to […]
humanities water footprint and virtual water mapped.
‘Paya’ will be a film about the Paiute’s water infrastructure in the Owens Valley by Jenna Cavelle.
Los Angeles California was first colonized by the Spanish pobladores in 1781 by order of the Spanish Crown. It’s population at the time consisted of 11 families numbering about 44 […]
An issue that was a result from the Los Angeles Aqueduct projects is dust problems in Owens Lake. In the United States Owens Lake is the largest source of PM-10, […]
Continuing our studies from last quarter, this assignment proves to serve as a catalyst for a preliminary round at the exploration of data visualization. Exemplified within my poster, I have […]
The amount of snowpack is constantly dwindling and if nothing is done about it, there will surely be a complete decline within the next few decades. Snowpack is an area […]
As the build of Los Angeles Aqueduct redirect water ways to highly populated regions, water became a major resource in California. With the aqueduct disrupting natural water systems in the […]
Hydro Electricity has been around since ancient times. Hydropower was used before power plants that generate electricity with the use of natural resources like oil were used. With the depletion […]
With a vague idea about what my issue really was and a desire to find the “poetry of the site” [as Professor Barry passionately put it in class] I jumped […]
I have been researching the major contaminants that reach into the local groundwater basins around Los Angeles, CA. I am looking into the San Fernando Basin, the West Coast Basin, […]
Research sources for the hydrogeology of Owens Valley.
examples of poetic notational marks to display data
This Winter, Cal Poly Pomona students enrolled in the Aqueduct Futures Courses (LA302L, ART499, CS499), will be blogging about the design process here. Can’t wait to see what they write […]
in class brain storming of Aqueduct’s impacts and benefits