In the final post of the Waiting Times takeover, Kelechi Anucha and Stephanie Davies reflect on discussions emerging from the Time of Care conference. Towards the end of March 2023, around seventy people gathered
The seventh of our Waiting Times takeover series is a collaborative review of Martin O’Brien’s performance and lecture at the Horse Hospital in London. Ed Garland focusses on sonic experience while Amy Grandvoinet takes
In the fourth post of our Waiting Times series, Laura Salisbury and Lisa Baraitser reflect on Ruairí Corr and Deborah Robinson’s short film: Time Being. Time Being – a film commissioned by Waiting Times
In the third post of our Waiting Times takeover series, Stephanie Davies and Martin Moore invite us to consider the figure of the ‘frequent attender’. In the face of repetition and chronicity, can care
In the second of the Waiting Times takeover, Kelechi Anucha reflects on the temporality of the ‘meanwhile’ and how it operates in post-war spaces of care In the animated comedy television series SpongeBob SquarePants,
In the first of our Waiting Times takeover, Lisa Baraitser and Laura Salisbury introduce us to the project: its context, questions, ambitions, and findings. We started working on the Waiting Times project in 2015,
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