Gallery installations at EPIC2019 evoked multi-modal experiences of ethnographic practice—written, oral, visual, three-dimensional, interactive, critical, reflective. These creative projects offered conference attendees diverse experiences of agency and ethnography. The conference committee made an open call for proposals and selected installations through anonymous review.
Chair: ANJA MAERZ, Babylon Health
Carolina Amiguet, Google
MAKALÉ FABER CULLEN, Urban Soils Institute
ANNA HICKEY-MOODY, RMIT University
SHEILA PONTIS, Princeton University
WAFA SAID MOSLEH, University of Southern Denmark
The Ethno-graphic Sensibility, Jamie McPike & Diana Graizbord
Socially Informed Policy and Planning for AV Mobility in Rhode Island, Kate Fisher
Agency via Avatar Emotions in Virtual Reality, Ayfer Gokalp & Jacqueline Pospisil
Office Humour, James O’Neill, Francesco Pini & Frauke Hein
What Are Memories Made of?, Hema Malini Waghray
Debris, Daria Loi & Heather McGeachy...