Photo by Laura Dodsworth

How the government has exploited our human response to danger

Olivia Hartley speaks to Laura Dodsworth about face masks, religious faith, and how public health has become a criminal justice matter

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In this podcast, writer, photographer, and face of the March edition of The Critic, Laura Dodsworth talks about her cover piece, Faith Masks, which focusses on the ideological significance of mask-wearing and the quasi-religious narrative surrounding lockdown.

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