A group exhibition reflecting on the transformation of labor in the post-industrial and digital era, between awareness and disillusion, precariousness and empowerment, curated by Samuele Piazza with Nicola Ricciardi.
At OGR Torino – which embodies the transition towards new models of productivity – the installations, sculptures, videos and performances of thirteen international artists invite the audience to observe the remains of a recent industrial past and the ambivalence of today’s working conditions.
Fifty years after the publication of Vogliamo tutto – a novel by Nanni Balestrini about the struggles of the working class in 1969 Turin – does it still make sense to want it all?
The exhibition includes works by: Andrea Bowers, Pablo Bronstein, Claire Fontaine, Tyler Coburn, Jeremy Deller, Kevin Jerome Everson, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Elisa Giardina Papa, Liz Magic Laser, Adam Linder, Sidsel Meineche Hansen, Mike Nelson, Charlotte Posenenske.
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