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28 July 2020
16:00 (GMT + 0)
In the Realm of Re-Sensing: Sense-Making for Sharing Sensibilities – Art, Design and Social Change
A panel discussion with Marc Garrett, Jennifer Lyn Morone and Wesley Taylor

COVID-19 has hindered physical connection and blocked senses at large. Yet, there are a few organisations that have been working on making sense together during the pandemic by cultivating discussions in world-making with social justice, care and alternative economic and political infrastructures. This panel will present the organisational practices that are coming into being during the pandemic along with the on-going social, political and economic crises. It will discuss the ways to configure and reconsider the role of art, design and organisation today confronting challenges and opportunities arising in and after the pandemic. The panel will also cover how the internet is impacting the process of collective sense-making and social change.
Marc Garrett is the co-founder & artistic director of Furtherfield & DECAL Decentralised Arts Lab.
Jennifer Lyn Morone is an artist, activist and design researcher with a special interest in the human experience in relation to economics, identity, technology and the environment.
Wesley Taylor is a print maker, graphic designer, musician, animator, educator, mentor, and curator.

School of Arts & Humanities
Arts & Humanities Research (MPhil) (PhD)
Estimated Duration: 2 hours
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