This questionnaire first asks you to describe your associations to water before, during, and after Hurricane Harvey. Second, it asks you to imagine a bathing experience to reconfigure these associations. You may stop filling this out at any time.

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* 1. Please provide your contact info. Your address will be used for identifying your city council district, or you may look it up at http://www.houstontx.gov/council/whoismycm.html 

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* 2. Indicate whether you want to have your bath considered to be one of the 11 baths (1 per city council district) to be created.

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* 3. Indicate if you grant permission for your inputs to be used:
In public description of the project, including an artist talk or interview, web and/or social media promotion, or as examples to people who need more prompts/examples.

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* 4. Describe your Harvey story:

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* 5. What were your associations to water before Harvey? (What was the water near where you grew up? Are you a swimmer? Have you had any memorable baths?)

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* 6. Describe your experiences with water during Harvey? (What did it taste/smell/look/feel like? Where was it? What was it doing? What was it like?)

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* 7. What are your reactions to water since Harvey? (I cringe when it rains, I can’t raise my fridge temp (just in case), I keep bottles of it here, I dream about it often)

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* 8. Review the above question. Remember you can add smells, visions, fears, feelings in the body, temperatures, sensations, associations, comparisons, flashbacks, images I cannot get out of my mind. List those below.

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* 9. Are you familiar with any of these bath experiences?

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* 10. Ok, now its time to imagine a bath. 
Are you ready to dive in? Do you need a break? To shake it out or reset? We're moving from the experiences we've had to news ones we can imagine. When you're ready, describe the initial elements of bath you imagine that come to mine here. Further questions will detail it. 

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* 11. What does the bath look like?
Please specify preferences in visual elements: from lights, objects, pigment, textures, etc?

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* 12. What does the bath sound like?
Please specify preferences in source of sounds: recordings, moving elements, musicans...

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* 13. What does the bath feel like?
Temperature(s), buoyancy and quality of water, textures, effervescence, etc

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* 14. What does the bath smell like?
Please specify preferences in material and source of smells (in the water, on your skin, in the air, a plate of food next to you, piped in from outside, fan on car air freshener, intermittent drywall disinfectant spray, on the breath of another?)

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* 15. What should the space around the bath be like?
Big and open? Close in? Curtains? Lights? Temperature?  Like a bathroom? A freeway overpass? A bath canoe in Buffalo Bayou park?
these are limited by our logistics but paint the dreamscape and we will design from there.

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* 16. What should the bath timeline be like?
How long should the bath take? What sections should it have and what length for each? Do you need breaks? To get in and out of the bath?

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* 17. Does your body want cover?
(Raingear, a costume, a custom superhero suit, a dissolving mask, replicas of the clothes that were mildewed, particular parts of the body needing coverage(feet, hands, etc?)?)

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* 18. Does your body want touch?
(Massage, a comforting bedside hand of a friend, servantile pouring/feeding, from someone with the opposite experience of Harvey, from a lover, a mother figure, a dry heat source, a caustic wind, sucking fish, channels of temperature?)

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* 19. What kinds of materials need to be in the room and where?
You can paste a shopping list url.

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* 20. Who needs to be on hand and where?
Do you want to have a guide, helper, or phone a friend option if you have a hard time? Do you want to be watched, monitored, checked on? How and when?Do you need someone contingently waiting? Do you want to be left alone and forgotten? Outside of time and space?

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* 21. Does this bath you imagine remind you of a scene in a movie?
(Does it have a cinematic arc to follow? Do you want to “perform” a script? Are you choreographing yourself in this bath? Are you improvising?)

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* 22. How heavy do you want your body to feel in the water? Sink down or full suspension?

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* 23. Should the air around the bath also be laden with moisture? As humid as Houston? As dry as a desert? As air conditioned as your Doctor’s office? As breezy as car windows down?

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* 24. Do you need there to be a Texas summer lightning at the same time?

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* 25. Do you want a word/signal/movement/action/sign to stop the bath at any point? What is it? Do you need help knowing what it should be?

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* 26. How do you want it to be over in this scenario? What word/movement/action/sign would you want to signal this? (Lights on, walk out? Friend in waiting room checks on you? Call out and describe what to attendant?)

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* 27. How do you want it to be over?

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* 28. What kind of care do you want afterwards?

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* 29. How would you want to spend the rest of your day?

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* 30. Who do you want to have ready to share it with after and how?

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* 31. If you weren’t sure how to answer some of these questions on your own, but want to answer them with help from others, please designate advisors from some of the below suggestions, or write your own in. They may/will be invited to the bath design session for input.

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* 32. How do you think you could experience water after having been through Harvey and this bath you imagined?

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* 33. What are your hopes for this bath? How do you want to feel? What do you want it to do?

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* 34. Why are you doing this?

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