Textile, Labour and Value e-flyer

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Textiles, Labour, Protest and Value

(eg. End of Spectatorship)
Event 2: Textiles, Labour, Protest and Value
Screening and Banner-making workshop

5.30pm - 8.30pm Saturday 24th May

Bread and Roses
68 Clapham Manor Street
http://www.breadandrosespub.com/ 020 7498 1779
Hosted by Critical Practice Research Cluster

Join us for a screening of The Women of Brukman (2007). Amidst Argentina's financial crisis, self-organised textile workers takeover and manage a factory. Our relation to this documentary will not be passive. We will stitch in solidarity, collectively sewing a banner that captures our shared values in response to those explored on screen. Please bring any fabric you can contribute, this will go into making the banner, actively demonstrating recycling as a value.
Textiles, Labour, Protest and Value is the second in Critical Practice’s series DIFFERENTLY SCREENING

Critical Practice is a cluster of individual artists, researchers, academics and others who aim to support critical practice within art, the fields of culture and organisation.

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Graffiti from outside the factory

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Workers voting

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in the factory

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workers protesting

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This enthusiasm index is modelled on the one used in the Big Ideas. Please add to the list, using the template. Cast your vote out of five in the brackets. We'll tally these up at the end of Sunday.

Graffiti from outside the factory

Enthusiasm: /? (3,3,4)

Workers voting

Enthusiasm: /? (4,4,3)

in the factory

Enthusiasm: /? (5,5,5)

workers protesting

Enthusiasm: /? (4,5,4)

Original Poster - the idea would be to sample the image, which is big - though it looks a bit wonky.

Enthusiasm: /? (4,5,3)

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