Uma escrita da História no tempo das contingências
Water is much more than resource. It is a socio-natural force – an active agent of overflow, creation and destruction. The movements, trasformations, and relations of whater seasonally overflow neat catgorizations and normative discourses. As a responsive and promiscous solvent, water is rarely pure and is always picking up, carrying along, dropping off, and bonding with other elements. In this sense, it materially communicates where it has been, what has occurred elsewhere, and even that is possible.
Cecilia Chen. Mapping Waters: thinking with watery places (2013)