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Zeph began to research disaster in spring 2019—one year before the beginning of a pandemic, economic chaos, a racial justice uprising, and ash falling from orange Western skies. This book details some of Zeph's research and projects through this eventful time, and appropriates a standard tool of emergency management to propose the necessity of play, ambiguity and open-ended questions in urgent times.
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Fishlyn, Zeph, "The Artists' Emergency Response Cycle: Play, Ambiguity, and Open-ended Questions in Urgent Times" (2020). The Artists' Emergency Response Cycle: Play, Ambiguity, and Open-ended Questions in Urgent Times. 1.