The Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) published the exposition of our PEER Tabea Rothfuchs.
Her exposition focuses on the question of what happens to the inner and outer world of a person when no medical procedure can (any longer) decipher the origin of the pain experienced? When the pain has become an independent clinical picture of ‘chronic pain’? In a series of dialogues with pain patients and pain specialists, in this study Tabea explored- as an artist and pain reminder – how chronic pain affects and changes life and what space it occupies in the lives of those affected and treated. Or formulated as a core question: are people with chronic pain included in the lives of other people, in our social structure and the political system at all?
You can find her exposition on the JAR-webpage.