Through the digital format, exhibition visitors and designers can truly ask themselves: how do we reveal and explore paths of possibilities and curiosities to gain a better understanding of the interconnectivity between the people of Växjö, material symbolisms and care? The user, or digital exhibition visitor, accesses Care Biopics by exploring different possible paths, a kind of click and point adventure to climb archive branches. The designer and co-creators are not building the kind of archive to collect physical dust, but one that is filled with moving images and sound, rendered images and other digital communication. Two Point O: Växjö Crisis Edition, finds its full expansion in the digital space, where it can be explored, heard, spread. It flourishes on digital platforms for change, like below or the Two Point O instagram.
In odd times of uncertainty, design too can become uncertain. When social design takes place in times of social distancing, we have to deal with flying in the dark. Relearn, reveal and properly explore innovative ways of caring with, within and with whom. In the case of the Two Point O: Växjö Crisis Edition archiving project, Responsive Design takes shape in a collaborative process with the people of Växjö. This process results in a collection of video testimonies, a collection of objects relevant in times of crisis, a piece of information or designerly reference that opens further exploration and a text support that ties the whole together. Each of these are divided into archive pieces called Care Biopics, resulting in 9 Care Biopics for each co-creator that participated.