Land Labour Life

About

Land, Labour, Life are commonly significant to different experiences of colonisation, proletarianisation, and social, economic and political transitions away from them. While the study of each, on their own (as concept, question, theme) has produced (and continues to produce) important insights into the character of society, thought together they provide different paths and windows to unravelling what has been and become, what is, and what is yet, to come. At SWOP, this has been an important shift in how research about society is imagined and undertaken, especially when considering what is foreclosed when thinking them separately.

People

Simon Gush is an artist and filmmaker. His research explores work (waged and unwaged) and land.

Prishani’s intellectual life has been shaped by her engagements in (and with) academia; political organisations; trade unions; social movements; community groups; artist, media,

Projects

Events

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The lunch break marks a pause in the working day … a time for rest from production … for forms of exchange not, yet, for-profit… for relations to b