CREATIVE WORK: Possible Futures After Covid-19
hefte Volume #03
The Covid-19 pandemic has re-shaped the way we live and work. However, for some, including creative and cultural workers, it has exposed issues of precarity (Comunian and England, 2020) and heightened the need to rethink working practices and business models (Banks, 2020). That said, it has also created an opportunity for reflecting on structural intervention, holding open space for hope, new forms of care and new political imaginations (Gross, 2021; Gross, 2020).
The Creative Work: Possible Futures after Covid-19 workshop (4th-5th November 2021), featured 14 papers considering a range of challenges and changes that had taken place during the pandemic.
Authors: England Lauren (King’s College London), Federica Viganò (Free University of Bolzano), Comunian Roberta (King’s College London), Jessica Tanghetti (Ca’Foscari University Venice)
Design: Claudia Gelati