“If the factory oscillates between pre-inscription and the unsayable, this is because it is caught in the trappings of its function as a machine and subtracted from its true essence, which is to be a political place, a production of truths.”
New Poetics of Labor / Nuevas Poéticas del Trabajo celebrates International Workers’ Day with a series of screenings and video installations.
Introducing Patricia Silva (b. Lisbon, Portugal; lives and works in NYC), one of the artists participating in New Poetics of Labor 2018.
Freedom on the Move from Cornell University is the first major digital database of fugitive slave ads from North America.
Introducing Sergio Galvis (b. 1988, Bogotá, Colombia; lives and works in Bogotá), one of the artists participating in New Poetics of Labor 2018.