Ifor Duncan

IFOR DUNCAN is a writer and inter-disciplinary researcher whose work concerns political violence produced through watery ecosystems. He completed his PhD entitled Hydrology of the Powerless at the Centre for Research Architecture (CRA), Goldsmiths, where he developed the concept of necro-hydrology, which addresses the ways hydrologic properties (mud, rain, fog, snow…) are instrumentalised through border regimes, as technologies of obfuscation, and weaponised against marginalised communities. His field-work and storytelling practices involve writing and submerged sound and image. Ifor is a postdoctoral research fellow in Environmental Humanities at Ca’ Foscari, University of Venice, a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art and has previously taught at the CRA.

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