"That’s it, the dude’s fucked. The bear’ll get him", then turns to his junkyard and says "that’s my machinery".
Driving Fast Nowhere — video reel
A one night only screening program I organised for the Driving Fast Nowhere exhibition at Polansky Gallery in Prague.
6.30pm, Jan 24, 2014
Daylight Manual from my solo exhibition 5006 years of daylight and silent adaptation at Exile, Berlin.
Free download at www.tltr.biz.
Documentation of the Driving Fast Nowhere exhibition I curated at Polansky Gallery. Featuring works of Zoe Barcza, Melanie Bonajo, Chris Coy, Harm van den Dorpel, Lars TCF Holdhus, Thomas Jeppe, Piotr Lakomy, Tan Lin, Petros Moris, Niko Princen and Raphaela Vogel.
Hyperemployment, or the Exhausting Work of the Technology User
… It’s easy to see email as unwelcome obligations, but too rarely do we take that obligation to its logical if obvious conclusion: those obligations are increasingly akin to another job—or better, many other jobs. For those of us lucky enough to be employed, we’re really hyperemployed—committed to our usual jobs and many other jobs as well. It goes without saying that we’re not being paid for all these jobs, but pay is almost beside the point, because the real cost of hyperemployment is time. We are doing all those things others aren’t doing instead of all the things we are competent at doing. And if we fail to do them, whether through active resistance or simple overwhelm, we alone suffer for it: the schedules don’t get made, the paperwork doesn’t get mailed, the proposals don’t get printed, and on and on. …