Care in a time of its rationing

    Zoom recording

    Is our relationship to care a design problem?

    What does care feel like?
    What does care look like?
    What does care do?
    How does care fail?

    In lieu of a panel discussion about their own work, In Practice: You may go, but this will bring you back artists Carlos Agredano, Leslie Cuyjet, Kyrae Dawaun, Dominique Duroseau, Sunny Leerasanthanah, Abigail Lucien, and Catalina Ouyang will be joined in conversation by artist, facilitator, healer, and end-of-life doula M. Carmen Lane. The program continues the exhibition’s engagement with the idea of “non-resolution,” offering these artists a moment to ask Lane open-ended follow-up questions that radiate from their art, their lives, and their understandings of care. The discussion will be moderated by Katherine Simóne Reynolds, 2021 In Practice Curatorial Fellow.

    M. Carmen Lane is a two:spirit African-American and Haudenosaunee (Mohawk/Tuscarora) artist, writer and facilitator living in Cleveland, Ohio. All of Lane’s work integrates ancestry, legacy, and spirituality, pursuing expansion, experimentation, and play. In 2016, they became a birth/postpartum and end-of-life doula. Lane is founder and director of ATNSC: Center for Healing & Creative Leadership, a socially engaged urban retreat, residency and exhibition space in the historic Buckeye-Shaker neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio.