Unravelling Haptic Visuality and Notions of Care Through Two Videos About Death
Keywords:Laura Marks, death, Maria Puig de la Bellacasa, haptic visuality, affect
In this collaborative paper, artists Jo Milne and Anna Walker discuss the haptic visual through 2 videos: “Death as a Reforming” (Milne, 2022), and “Proposition 4: Red is the Colour of Pomegranates” (Walker, 2020). The artists utilize Laura Marks’ concept of the haptic as a component of inquiry to understand grieving, death, and loss. In addition, they extend Maria Puig de la Bellacasa's idea of haptic technologies as matters of care, arguing for a notion of care that extends beyond life and the living, to incorporate death and dying.
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