Multiple me, the unfolding ethnographer: Multiple becomings and entanglements are a more-than-human ethnographer

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Abstract

This recit describes the use of visual-material methods in animating, re-enacting and highlighting the significance of human-animal interactions to well-being and flourishing. In employing creative methods and sensory ethnography, the researcher’s body is emergent as a vector of knowledge and site of multiple unfolding identities and entanglements. It therefore reveals the embodied and intra-corporeal nature of experience that is often unknown, unthought and invisible. In doing so, new insights and ways of ‘knowing’ manifest in exciting and original means. Through sketching using a multi-layered technique akin to what is known as “pentimento” brings forth the concept that we are all constantly “becoming” something other and something more through our rhythms of relating.
Original languageEnglish
Pages31-42
Number of pages11
Volume3
No.1
Specialist publicationEntanglements Experiments in Multimodal Ethnography
Publication statusPublished - 5 Jul 2020

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