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THE NEW NORMAL

Joshua Citarella says Gen Z is forging identities in a moment of political crisis

Courtesy Joshua Citarella

It took a global pandemic and stay-at-home orders for 1.5 billion people worldwide, but something is finally occurring to us: The future we thought we expected may not be the one we get.

We know that things will change; how theyโ€™ll change is a mystery. To envision a future altered by coronavirus, Quartz asked dozens of experts for their best predictions on how the world will be different in five years.

Below is an answer from Joshua Citarella, an artist and adjunct professor at the School of Visual Arts. His work focuses on online communities, such as Gen Zโ€™s use of TikTok.

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