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Wages against artwork : decommodified labor and the claims of socially engaged art

Author: Leigh Claire La Berge
Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The last twenty years have seen a rise in the production, circulation, and criticism of new forms of socially engaged art aimed at achieving social justice and economic equality. In Wages Against Artwork Leigh Claire La Berge shows how socially engaged art responds to and critiques what she calls decommodified labor--the slow diminishment of wages alongside an increase in the demands of work. Outlining the ways in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Histoire
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Additional Physical Format: Version électronique:
La Berge, Leigh Claire.
Wages against artwork.
Durham : Duke University Press, 2019
(DLC) 2019010348
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leigh Claire La Berge
ISBN: 1478004231 1478004827 9781478004233 9781478004820
OCLC Number: 1154697786
Description: xiii, 261 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Art student, art worker : the decommodified labor of studentdom --
Institutions as art : the collective forms of decommodified labor --
Art worker animal : animals as socially engaged artists in a post-labor era --
The artwork of children's labor : socially engaged art and the future of work.
Responsibility: Leigh Claire La Berge.

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Leigh Claire La Berge shows how socially engaged art responds to and critiques what she calls decommodified labor-the slow diminishment of wages alongside an increase of demands of work-as a way to  Read more...

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"This highly original work of Marxist aesthetic theory is a must-read for anyone interested in art and capitalism. Leigh Claire La Berge's thought experiment on how labor might go unpaid and still in Read more...

 
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