Post-industrial society has lost its grip on notions of work, rest and leisure. The rise of immaterial labour has been met with a growing optimisation of the individual, a continuous variable with multiple presences and temporalities. The prevalence tide of mixed, private-professional engagement forces us to be always, all ways, switched on. What does this mean for our intimate lives, our privacy and our integrity?
Our needs and desires are changing, as are our values. Well, the signs, the prospects, the indications are good.
Good for what, for whom?
Ask the objects that surround us, that serve us and distract us on a daily basis. Objects that perform so that we can too.
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