As speculative aesthetics, what might feminist ontologies and artist imaginings do for rethinking the "real" assemblages and infrastructures of our quotidian experience, particularly with respect to those that standardize aggressive capital agendas, maximum industrial output and extreme waste? This paper draws connections between female artists' image and event-making, speculative design and tacit knowledge, as sensing tools for technological possibilities at a time when energy dependency, in the form of electricity, is the greatest generator of fossil fuel waste and pollution.
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Foster Gluck, G., 2019. Performing the Electrical: Ecologies of the Imaginary and Fem-technologies. Body, Space & Technology, 18(1), pp.108-125. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/bst.306