The increasingly unsettled hydrological dynamics of the earth call us to attend to the shifting relations between the different ‘bodies of water’ (Neimanis 2017) including the body of water that is oneself. These bodies of water are always already in touch, leaking into and co-constituting one another. Being thus intimately muddled in the ethics and bodily politics of environmental devastation and injustice, water is the stuff of trans-corporeal posthumanism, or ‘hydrofeminism’ (Neimanis 2012).

References/ further reading: Astrida Neimanis – Hydrofeminism; On Becoming a Body of Water (2012), Astrida Neimanis – Bodies of Water (2017)