Have you been a long-time member of the “church of work”? and as a result of the changing post-corona situation, it is hard to find meaning in your work life? Has the coronavirus pandemic now made it hard for you to find meaning in your work
Consider the how the objects in your home automate your routines. It’s these objects that make the home; the house is simply a container. By reframing our relationship to these objects, can we short-circuit how they influence our daily lives?
OCM//E, a giant automated system responsible for the functional organization of biological systems, decides to integrate human labour in the production process to keep humans from running into depression, only until OCM//E’s analysis tools start to observe some unusual things.
Set in a post-automated island whose societal organization is driven by a gigantic peanut computer, a new breed of communication engineers– the most popular occupation in town––are trained for future tasks. The tasks, however, seem to be transmitted from the past.
In Vacation Images Of Our Everyday JASMIN CHU uses post cards to invite people to think of how automation systems have helped them rethink ‘free time’ and vacation within their everyday care practices.