Seminar Scenarios, representations and transformations of work in the global world 23 November 2018 MACBA, Convent dels Angels. Barcelona Report by Juliane Debeusscher The seminar Scenarios, Representations and Transformations of Work in the Global World, organised within the framework of the MoDe(s)2 project, took place on 28 November in Barcelona. It counted with the participation of … Continue reading Report on the seminar Scenarios, representations and transformations of work in the global world
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The concept of work has undergone several changes over the course of history. These changes not only refer to a relationship with the different ruling economic models, they are also related to transformations in the way of thinking, feeling and being of the human being. In other words, we have also to consider work as … Continue reading Scenarios, representations and transformations of work in the global world
This seminar questions the variable geographies of the new composition of labour, opening up debates and questions that tackle the transformations in the composition of the force of labour, in the dynamics of capitalist valorisation, in the lines of conflict and in the processes of constitution of subjectivities.
Several workers, artists, graphic designers and architects militated within operaism and workers’ autonomy. The activist, the worker and the monster focuses on the sixties and seventies, more particularly on activist iconography that some artists have developed in magazines such as “classe operaia”, “Potere Operaio” and “Lotta Continua”. How can we interpret these works? This intervention … Continue reading The militant, the worker and the monster. Iconography of a revolutionary movement (1964-1977)
In this seminar Jacopo Galimberti will address the militant iconography of the 1960s and 1970s, developed by artists and architects in journals such as “classe operaia”, “Potere Operaio” and “Lotta Continua”. On November 9th, at the University of Grenoble-Alpes.