Kombucha cultures: a visual ethnography

Visual stories is an ethnography group that works towards representing life through still and moving images. Here, we assume that the intelligibility of the world depends on its appearance. For this reason, we subscribe to the use of images as a way to engage with the world. In other words, we seek to understand how the visual dimensions of everyday life play a role in people’s relationships with the social and material world. In so doing, we want to apprehend and produce non-verbal epistemic sites that breakdown barriers that language creates.


Agnieszka Bill-Duda

Arturo Esquivel

Nora T. Lamontagne

Heather Wallman