Published by 1856, Melbourne, 2019, 8 pages, 21 × 29.7 cm, EnglishPrice: €2
Produced on the occasion of Lisa Adkins’ talk discussing how we might rethink the maintenance and reproduction of the household today. She preposes that we think of this as a relationship between the household and its necessary, contracted payments to finance capital (for utilities and services, as loan repayments, rent, etc.)
The talk was co-presented with Benison Kilby, as a part of her exhibition “Bodies of Work”. The exhibition looked at how a group of artists respond to the intersections of reproductive, care, and feminised labour that maintain, and increasingly define, our current living conditions.
Designed by Ziga Testen.
More information on the talk can be found here and a recording of the talk can be found here.