The film and the anthology both spring from discussions on changed labour conditions, in society at large as well as within the field of visual art, and enquire into how these changes can be described artistically as well as how they relate to social protest and the re-organization of cities in relation to new conditions of production.
The Iaspis resident at that moment, María Mur Dean, from consonni introduced Maria Ruido’s film ElectroClass (50 min) produced by consonni.
An then the Release of Work, Work, Work: A Reader on Art and Labour
Work, Work, Work: A Reader on Art and Labour
Contributions by Pierre Bal Blanc, Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi, Ana Betancour, Jonatan Habib Engqvist, Annika Eriksson, Kirsten Forkert, Catharina Gabrielsson, Ingela Johansson, Lars Bang Larsen, Maria Lind, Making A Living, Michele Masucci, Sarat Maharaj, Helena Mattsson, OTCOP, Pratchaya Phinthong, Nina Power, Raqs Media Collective, Judith Revel, Lisa Rosendahl, Joanna Sokołowska, Hito Steyerl, Mladen Stilinovic, Nina Svensson and Cecilia Widenheim.
Edited by Cecilia Widenheim, Lisa Rosendahl, Michele Masucci, Annika Enqvist and Jonatan Habib Engqvist.
For the final public event at Iaspis before the summer, was the screening of the film ElectroClass by Maria Ruido and the release of the anthology Work, Work, Work: A Reader on Art and Labour.