Visualizing Care Series Presents “Fieldnotes to Survival”

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    Date(s) - January 21, 2022
    11:30 am - 1:00 pm


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    The global COVID-19 pandemic has upended our lives in ways many of us could never have imagined. The “new-normal” of quarantine, mask-wearing, physical distancing, and being away from family and friends has left us feeling fatigued, isolated, and in despair. For people living with an invisible disability, however, the uncertain realities of surviving a pandemic are anything but unfamiliar. What can we learn from the people around us who have already been living a life of isolation? What does it mean to renegotiate one’s relationship to productivity in a capitalist society? And what might care look like beyond the moment of crisis? “Fieldnotes to Survival” will look to artists who utilize their lived experiences with the precarious conditions of survival, mortality, illness, and disease under capitalism to consider how a shared language of care and vulnerability can be an answer to despair.

    Charmaine Bee

    Multi-Disciplinary Artist

    using mediums such as video, movement, sculpture, plant medicine, writing, sound and textile

    Kym McDaniel 

    Experimental Filmmaker,

    Media Collaborator, Choreographer and Performer

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    The “Fieldnotes to Survival”

    online exhibition and registration for the panel can be found at 

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