Algorithmic Gesturing, a 2020 Artwork from MoRM

Algorithmic Gesturing, a 2020 Artwork from MoRM

This video piece was first shown at “DEEP FAKE” SciArt Initiative exhibition at SUPERCOLLIDER Gallery November 15, 2020 through Jan 5, 2021. The piece is part of the Museum of Random Memory (MoRM), which focuses on the ethics of datafication and automated...
Making Social Change Requires Academics to Take Risks

Making Social Change Requires Academics to Take Risks

This year illuminates many things about the power of microscopic actions and decisions on the ground among everyday people to make impact on issues and systems that are massive, overpowering, or seemingly unchangeable. Among the massive global traumas, like systemic...
Articles studying the impact of COVID-19

Articles studying the impact of COVID-19

We’ve been writing up a storm!  Only five months after starting our collaborative project, many of our autoethnographic renderings have been published in Qualitative Inquiry. These pieces, filled with images, poetry, sharp analyses, and keen seensibilities,...
Thinking Aloud, some video clips about the Massive_Micro Project

Thinking Aloud, some video clips about the Massive_Micro Project

Annette Markham, Anne Harris, and M.E. Luka talk about the ongoing Massive_Microscopic Sensemaking Project. in this series of seven clips, we focus on the types of publications that might emerge, as well as reflect on why we’re doing this project and what we...
“21 Days of”: A COVID-19 Autoethnography Experiment

“21 Days of”: A COVID-19 Autoethnography Experiment

Has COVID-19 changed the way we do ethnography (including autoethnography)? Well, yes and no. It still involves looking at the self, the other, and the world. So we still started our massive :: micro :: sensemaking experiment with the perennial ethnographer’s...