What does it mean to be translocal? Is this question relevant in these times of decreased mobility? Here I look at local understandings of place that are about more than just travel.
In these times of hyper connectivity it can be easy to take for granted our ability to travel to the other side of the world for conferences or creative projects. Being grounded doesn’t mean that all these connections need to be put on hold but it is perhaps a time to rethink the way we work and collaborate.