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Visualizing
the Virus

Visualizing the Virus is an international digital project that showcases and investigates the diverse ways in which SARS-Cov2 and the COVID-19 pandemic is visualized and the inequalities it makes visible.

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painting of amalgamated animals, a chicken mixed with a cheetah and monkey for instance.
cartoon of men protesting against vaccination
image of hundreds of masked head shots
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colorful illustration of tents and sing with "We are not the virus!" written on top
We Are Not the Virus
We Are Not the Virus
drawing of a purple molecular circle with yellow stems outside of it
Making the Invisible Visible: Unequal Histories
Making the Invisible Visible
picture taken of a water tank outside the middle of a village
Communicating COVID-19: Expanded Media Narratives
Communicating COVID-19
Colorful drawing of Indian people carrying out different tasks, like riding on a bus, sailing
Mithila Art in 2020: Life, Labor, and COVID-19 in South Asia
Mithila Art in 2020
picture taken of crowd of people siting down outside
COVID-19 in Oceania: Food Security, Resilience, and Community
COVID-19 in Oceania
cartoon of young Asian woman with smart phone
Smartphones & the Pandemic: Navigating care, surveillance, and connection in Japan
Smartphones & the Pandemic
artistic collage with images of human and vegetal parts
Transmission: A series of five Podcasts on Disease and Pandemics in a Distorted World
Transmission
image of black circle with many small words written in white. The words relate to COVID-19, like injury, death symptom,
Cartography of COVID-19
Cartography of COVID-19
Black and white picture of a woman and a child in the strees of India
Mobilizing the Streets: COVID-19 & Informal Labor in India
Mobilizing the Streets
purple and pink ribbon
Syndemic Sublime: A SciArtist (re)visualizes SARS
Syndemic Sublime