Arika  Archive Menu
Accessibility Settings

text size

colour options

monochrome muted color dark

reading tools

isolation ruler
A shot of a boldly decorated bedroom, red walls, fairy lights, myriad flowers
28 February 2010
DCA

Film Programme 6: Production

Ken Jacobs Various Artists

The production of moving image (film) by the mechanically, unfalteringly repetitive manipulation of mass-produced materials (film), in order to explore three different allegorical representations (films) of repetitive human actions and labour under capital.

Kill Your Timid Notion 10
A view down a long underground corridor with lockers and a few seated figures
24 February 2010
DCA

Lunch Break

Sharon Lockhart

A slowed down single tracking shot along a corridor as workers at the Bath Iron Works, (Maine, USA) take their lunch break.

Kill Your Timid Notion 10
Phill Niblock backstage at INSTAL 02
1 December 2002
The Arches

Phill Niblock

Phill Niblock

Slowly evolving ultra-subtle harmonics and multi-tracked, otherworldly drones that only reveal their true power at high volume.

INSTAL 02
Amplifiers outside with mics on the floor coming from them
27 February 2010
DCA

Hit Parade

Christof Migone

Can we use sound, repetition and difference to personally and collectively engage with space, time and labour?

Kill Your Timid Notion 10
Drawing of concentric arrows with 3 words in the centre: attacker, helper,victim
19 April 2015
Tramway

Work Care Class 3 – Care & Revolution

Howard Slater

Final workshop exploring work, care and class. Does the ‘care industry’ summon forth its own class? Can this ‘affective class’, in their ability to care for others, militate against the carelessness of self-interest?

Episode 7: We Can’t Live Without Our Lives
Work Care Making Health Work For You and a list of healthcare jobs
18 April 2015
Tramway

Work Care Class 2 – Care & Therapy

Howard Slater

The second in a series of workshops for workers and non-workers who care. What does the sharing of vulnerability entail? Can such a sharing inform progressive social relations?

Episode 7: We Can’t Live Without Our Lives
A B&W collage of workers with a list of healthcare jobs as the background
15 April 2015
Tramway

Work Care Class 1 – Care & Work

Howard Slater

First in a series of workshops for workers and non-workers who care. Does work that asks us to be attentive to the needs of others force us to sell our capacity for kindness?

Episode 7: We Can’t Live Without Our Lives
A screen showing two people holding a Sotherbys Bad for Art banner
3 May 2012
Whitney Museum of American Art

The Indivisible or Inadmissable Committee

When one calls a strike, who hears the call, who attunes and listens to it? How to listen to the call of a strike? What prevents one from hearing this call or stops one from listening to it?

A survey is a process of listening