The Blue Humanities Archive is an interdisciplinary project designed at the intersection of digital art, environmental humanities, and emerging technologies to enhance and support the protection of the depleting biodiversity of salt and freshwater.
It is focused on developing an ecological database dedicated to aquatic environments. Ultimately, the archive will be based on DNA digital data storage technology and will take a liquid form of a drop. We understand water as non-binary, transitional, and fluid substance that supports the idea of queer ecologies, environmental identity and justice, and the Fifth Wave of Feminism. Therefore, our goal is to create a sustainable and multi-sensorial model of documenting endangered species, preserving the memory of extinct aquatic environments, and open a collective space for hydrofeminist network and multispecies future through digital art.