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Management is often treated as a separate domain in relation to the field of contemporary creative practice. Those employed to manage and administrate institutions are separated from those who create content, be they artists, musicians, performers or designers.
They are separated through culture, but also spatially, logistically, financially, in terms of rights and freedoms.
How are we affected by the political and social difference between “making” and “managing”? What happens when management at the same time is perceived as a task of lower status and an oppressive mechanism?
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His work is located somewhere between art and administration. He
uses a research-based approach to examine the places we live and work in and
the policies, labour and symbolic frameworks that create and maintain them. He
co-organises Radio Anti, a radio project which has worked with the Serpentine
Gallery (London), Bloc Projects (Sheffield) and the Art Licks Festival
(London). He is an experienced policy researcher and has been working with
the campaign group Justice 4 Domestic Workers to examine health and safety
provision for domestic workers.