MODULE 5. Works

From 2 to 18 June 2022

This module has as its starting point the analysis of one of the most visible negative effects of capitalism, global precariousness, which is to say occupational, emotional and social precariousness. It recognises the urgency to alleviate the multiple forms of precariousness and rebuild social relations, the inequalities of accessibility and working conditions, the enormous gaps between poverty and wealth, worker exploitation, and how we have reached the point of living under a system based on precariousness. Temporary contracts, subcontracting, false self-employment, internships, underground economies, poor working men and women, etc., all ways of eluding the few worker’s rights that still remain. Faced with this, alternative proposals begin to gain strength, such as universal basic income, putting financial markets at the service of social, labour and welfare policies, the redistribution of employment or the democratisation of life within companies. A module that, above all, looks to reflect on and unfold possible forms of resistance.

Thursday 2 June

7 pm – 9 pm. Public conference: Remedios Zafra

Friday 3 June

10 am – 11 am. Conversation/coffee with Remedios Zafra
11 am – 7 pm. Seminar and round table with Rafael Borràs, Ernest Cañada and Iván Miró

Saturday 4 June

10.30 am – 1.30 pm. Continuation of round table and beginning of the research group
1.30 pm. Conclusions

From 4 to 16 June

Research work, research group meetings, activation of visual and documentation resources.
Process accompaniment: Rafael Borràs

Thursday 16 June

7 pm – 9 pm. LAP Screen. Estado de malestar, María Ruido, 2019 (63′)

Friday 17 June

10 am – 7 pm. Laboratory with Daniel G. Andújar, Instituto del Tiempo Suspendido and María Ruido

Saturday 18 June

10.30 am – 1.30 pm. Continuation of laboratory and preparation of conclusions
1.30 pm. Open presentation