During my course Introduction to Visual Forms of Inquiry at Ilisimatusarfik, University of Greenland, I was fortunate to welcome interdisciplinary researcher, writer, filmmaker, and artist (and dear friend) Melody Howse (University of Leipzig) for an online lecture on Sensory and Visual Ethnography in Practice. Melody introduced and reflected on her work The Edge of a Feeling, which was very well received by the students, helping them think through their own project development as part of the course work.
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