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Nested Tensions in Care
AMA Journal of Ethics, April 2017
This project presents research-based art works that inquire into the tensions in everyday life from an ethical viewpoint of care, which sees people as embedded, "nested" in care-based relationships. Trust is the glue that holds these "nests" together. Care is the air that lifts them up, but tensions exist as well-between dependency and autonomy, vulnerability and strength, for example. The pull of these ideas exist in a kind of "check" and run through our relations and being.
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