They say it is love. We say it is unwaged work.1
Life Without presents a new body of work by Michala Paludan. Using the many layers of industrial history inscribed in the building of Aquaporin as a point of departure, Paludan has created a potential scenography exploring notions of work past, present and future.
In addition to the work of Paludan, the project presents a work by Susanne Ussing and Carsten Hoff, produced under the moniker Atelier Cyberspace in 1969. A series of documents by Artist Placement Group, explores the indirect effects of artists working in industry and government throughout the UK in the period between 1965 and 1989.
Silvia Federici, Wages Against Housework, 1975 ↩