What Does it Mean to Visualize Care?

A panel with multiple scholars, activists, and practitioners and two graphic designers (Anne Dubos and A Visual) wonder what does it mean to visualize care?

Students Doc Festival

In Fall 2021 undergraduate students at Duke in the class of “Women At Work” and “Women and the Political Process” had the option to produce a short documentary video, instead of writing the paper. Here is the graphic recording of a few documentaries presented

Aesthetics and Politics: Technologies of Care

How do we visualize care from below and above? How technology can help us in visualizing and connecting?

Digital Care and the Human Body

How algorithms trap the body? This panel explored the opacity of care, its ambivalences and the potentiality of new struggles. Here the graphic recording

Alternative Approaches to Economics and Labor

This panel aimed to analyze what alternative approaches to economics and labor would entail. From reconceptualizing work to re-counting its value. Here the graphic recording

Terms That Serve Us

Virtual care lab is organized by Sara Suárez and Alice Yuan Zhang in partnership with NAVEL, a non-profit cultural organization and community space in Los Angeles

Queer Care

Imagining care beyond heteronormative and nuclear household. What is trans care? Graphic recording of the panel on Queer Care during 2022 “Visualizing Care. Imaginaries & Infrastructures” conference

Politics of Care

What democracy can be? What is a radical politics? Graphic recording by A Visual Approach on the politics of care

Epistemologies of Care

Care and love are fundamental to communal life. Thinking about decolonize mourning. Graphic recording of a panel on epistemologies of care

Care Infrastructures in Unequal World

Can we imagine alternative infrastructures? Graphic recording of a panel on care infrastructures in unequal world

Legal Structures of Care

Can the law care? What law can do for unpaid care? What is the global care policy index? Graphic recording of a panel on legal structures of care

Visualizing Care Series 2022-2021

Making care more visible and defamiliarizing the naturalized representations of care. Cycle of Workshops funded by Duke Humanities Unbounded from Spring 2021 to Spring 2022