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Visualizing Care

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How do we visualize care? In particular: How do we make care more visible, and how can we defamiliarize the naturalized and often common-sensical representations of care? And how can we develop a new vocabulary of care- visual, auditory, lexical, etc. - to help us to represent care in new ways?

to visit the website: https://visualizingcare.com 

Queering Communities of Care

Queering Communities of Care

Speakers: Devynn Emory and Gabriel Garcia Roman

Revaluing Care in the Global Economy, Visualizing Care Series presents artists Devynn Emory and Gabriel Garcia Roman in conversation with Pedro Lasch (Artist & Research Professor of Art, Duke University) and Peter Sigal (Professor of History and Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies, Duke University.How do we visualize care? In particular: How do we make care more visible, and how can we defamiliarize the naturalized and often common-sensical representations of care? And how can we develop a new vocabulary of care - visual, auditory, lexical, etc., - to help us to represent care in new ways?"Queering Communities of Care" launches a series of conversations and accompanying exhibits in which we invite artists, activists, and academics to help us explore these questions. Devynn Emory and Gabriel Garcia Roman will consider how we envision care beyond cis/heteronormative norms and how artistic practices help to trouble the problems of queering care and creating new networks and kinships.Online Visualizing Care Art Exhibit at https://visualizingcare.com

 

Artists in Exhibition: Anna Brody, Devynn Emory, Eleni Tomadaki, Ayan Felix, Ayling Zulema Dominguez, Luca Asta, Gabriel Garcia Roman

Curated by Lauren Henschel and Tania Rispoli