Vol. 12 No. 2 (2021): Massive/Micro Sensemaking: Towards Post-pandemic Futures

A quilt on Massive/Micro Sensemaking

In what ways have forms for engendering the interconnection and materiality required for creative production changed in the time of COVID-19? How and why have our notions of imagining and visualizing cross-cultural production and its modes of research, analysis, and representation shifted? Cultural production responses to the global pandemic and related collective social actions have exploded, alongside reinforcement of entrenched systemic racism and other forms of discrimination and imbalance. In this special issue, authors weave together dialogues, methodological approaches, and materialities to reflect on shared critical autoethnographic practices during and after an international Massive Micro Sensemaking experiment involving 165 people.

Published: 2021-12-23