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.
|Number of pages||11|
|Specialist publication||Entanglements Experiments in Multimodal Ethnography|
|Publication status||Published - 5 Jul 2020|