Workshop for Environmental Technik  

Workshop for Environmental Technik, or WET, is dedicated to a mode of architectural research that traverses across disciplinary silos. Through the lens of architectural histories and curating, it engages with discourses of environmental humanities, media theories, science and technology studies, and critical anthropocenic thoughts. It recognizes porosity and seepages in technologies and seeks to activate networks and solidarities in an environmentally distressed world. The two founding Workshoppers are Isabelle A. Tan and Ricky Ruihong Li.

The outcome of the Workshop is two-folded. On the one hand, WET as a creative unit produces artistic and literary content as publication and exhibition entries, while on the other, it engenders happenings, such as symposia, workshops, and panels, that assemble bodies and entangle thoughts.