5 ½ PROPOSALS TO WORK AND LIVE IN THE CURRENT MILLENNIUM

5 ½ PROPOSALS TO WORK AND LIVE IN THE CURRENT MILLENNIUM

26 March 2014

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Future State is delighted to be a part of Oblique International’s project: 5 ½ PROPOSALS TO WORK AND LIVE IN THE CURRENT MILLENNIUM. This genesis of inspiration for the project is in reflections on labour and productivity.

Programme #1 March 28-29 in Rotterdam

I PREFER (NOT)…
TO CONTINUE

presents two days of screenings, lectures and group activities, organized with the aim to open the discussion to ‘unproductive’ work forms, and how they can be used as a response to the current demand for productivity within the labour sphere, and outside of it. This program counts with the participation and works by: Maja Bekan, Ronald Bos, Doris Denekamp, Harun Farocki, Stephanie Feeney (Future State), Sarah Forrest and Sven Lütticken.

More information:

Oblique International

5 ½ PROPOSALS TO WORK AND LIVE IN THE CURRENT MILLENNIUM

 

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