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drylab 2023: how we came to be

Drought has returned to the southwest. Previously safe water sources are contaminated. Municipalities have shifted to private ownership/management. Water is precious; access controlled.

The wars now require mandatory military conscription of women and men age 18-34. Water rights are only afforded to those who register for the draft, are outside of the age range, are permanently disabled or the primary caretaker for young children.

Our group of young, healthy, childless women have banded together out of necessity. Though they are not fugitives, they are in exile.

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drylab 2023 Video

Krista Davis filmed various of the daily activities during Drylab 2023. She edited this into a short video that you can see above. The video premiered during a special session at a conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (https://www.iasc2017.org/), at Utrecht University in The Netherlands on July 12, 2017.

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