Over the course of successive lockdowns, many have experienced established boundaries relating to privacy breached, whether it be through the unintended attendance of a talking kitten at a legal case hearing or an impromptu work meeting from the bed. While the SARS-CoV-2 virus has tragically affected so many people globally, its associated social and spatial restrictions can provide an important catalyst for rethinking established boundaries between the domestic interior and the world outside. Perhaps the domestic interior has once again become an essential part of its surrounding neighbourhood and it is on this ‘frontier,’ or rather, within this ‘in-between realm’ that we must now establish home.
|Publikationsdato||29 mar. 2022|
|Udgiver||University of Copenhagen|
|Status||Udgivet - 29 mar. 2022|