[NetBehaviour] Time & Motion at FACT: Punchcard Protocol and Creative Capital in our "Modern Times"
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Fri Jan 10 15:37:25 CET 2014
Rachel Falconer reviews the exhibition ‘Time & Motion: Redefining
Working Life’ at FACT in Liverpool.
“Taking the archival stimulus of time and motion measurement as its
title and industrial work patterns as a starting point, the exhibition
Time & Motion is the latest in a series of exhibitions and symposia
addressing immaterial labour and new working patterns in the age of
globalisation and creative capital. Rather than following the
well-trodden path of casting the figure of the artist as digital
labourer, or attempting to portray an expansive, post-colonial view of
nomadic, labouring diasporas, Time and Motion reflects a subversive and
fragmented approach to the politics of work, rest and play within the
global information economy.”
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