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Living with an infected planet has led to an unprecedented crisis of care. Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, life-making and death-making are at the center of global attention. Pandemic terms include COVID-19 response, frontline work, genocidal pandemic, lockdown, mask mandate, shadow pandemic, social distancing, vaccine wars, or virus racism. Elke Krasny presents a feminist mapping of key terms and key images defining the >pandemicscape …mehr

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Living with an infected planet has led to an unprecedented crisis of care. Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, life-making and death-making are at the center of global attention. Pandemic terms include COVID-19 response, frontline work, genocidal pandemic, lockdown, mask mandate, shadow pandemic, social distancing, vaccine wars, or virus racism. Elke Krasny presents a feminist mapping of key terms and key images defining the >pandemicscape<, looking at a wide range of sources including media coverage, policy by the WHO, the UN or the IMF, recommendations by NGOs and feminist organizations, but also ways of seeing care in photography and painting. Arguing against going back to normal, she outlines a new global international care order.

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Elke Krasny (PhD) is a professor for Art and Education at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste Wien. Krasny's scholarship and curatorial work focuses on issues of care, social and ecological justice, and emancipatory practices in art, architecture, urbanism, contemporary transnational feminisms, and remembrance activism. Her exhibition Hands-On Urbanism. The Right to Green was shown at the Venice Biennale of Architecture.
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Besprochen in: https://www.insidehighered.com, 17.12.2021, Scott McLemee