Diffractive Entanglements and Readings with/of Data
Taking up Haraway’s (1997, 2016) and Barad’s (2007) diffraction I, co-constituted with theory, participant, audio, text, materials, perform an embodied diffractive analysis of the data from one research study. I begin by reckoning with Barad’s objectivity in knowledge production connecting her thinking back through Heisenberg and Bohr. Then, I attend to the specific material arrangements of data production across interconnecting levels. Next, I describe a thought experiment in diffractive methodology. The result is my embodied engagement with and reading across and through the research productions to draw attention to and attend to the differences produced through various material arrangements (https://youtu.be/7JzIeiozzVM).
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