transfer and transduction of energy and materiality · articulated exchanges and flow landscapes, in and over time · intimate and conflicting inter-relationships · chemical reactions that turn food into energy · coursing, situated, cyclical, asymmetrical and symmetrical transfers, circulations, drifts and fluctuations · designed life · aggregations that turn people into community · architectures that turn citizens into cities · dynamic constructions and traced environmental externalities · healing and reparative desire, delight and interchange · trade and traffic · studies and actions toward flexibility and plasticity, trust and improvisation, sustenance and elegant collapse · transportation and digestion · lifespan instead of death