LABOUR

LABOUR, the publication addresses the general conditions of feminised labour, and how a feminist reading of work benefits a critique of the current scenario for art workers. Initiated by artist Melissa Gordon, and edited by Gordon and Marina Vishmidt, LABOUR includes new writing and presentations by: Nina Power, Henry VIII’s Wives, Marina Vishmidt, Emma Hedditch, Claudia Sola, Lisette Smits and Meredyth Sparks, Avigail Moss, Jessica Wiesner and Rachal Bradley, Lizzie Borden and Kaisa Lassinaro.
Each of the launches of LABOUR includes a productive element, as itself arises as a product from the series of women artist meetings A conversation to know if there’s a conversation to be had.

You can find LABOUR in

LONDON:
Ancient & Modern gallery
Donlon Books
X Marks the Bökship
Artwords

NEW YORK:
Dispatch
Elizabeth Dee gallery
Dexter Sinister

PARIS:
Section 7 Books

LOS ANGELES:
Ooga Booga

BERLIN:
Motto
Pro QM

BRUSSELS:
Wiels

ANTWERP:
Objectif Exhibitions

GLASGOW:
Aye Aye

MAASTRICHT:
Marres Bookstore

AMSTERDAM:
Kunstverein

Past LABOUR events

Brussels, D.O.R gallery
March 2012
LABOUR launch and impossible re-staging of Mina Loy’s Collisions

Oslo, Kunsthall Oslo
January 2012
LABOUR and performance No Comment with a scripted artist interview between Henry VIII’s Wives and Rachal Bradley and Jessica Wiesner, and a screening of Lizzie Borden’s Born in Flames

Amsterdam, Kunstverein
December 20, 2011

Berlin, Luttgenmeijer gallery
November 2011
LABOUR launch in project space with reading by Will Holder

London, Ancient & Modern gallery,
October 2011
Performance Theater of Pain

New York, Elisabeth Dee gallery
September 2011
Launch at exhibition of Meredyth Sparks

Published by:
Melissa Gordon
Cubitt artists
8 Angel Mews
London N1 9HH
UK

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