Join me for the opening of A Worker’s Lunch Box, a film installation exploring the role of the urban factory worker on display from June 2 – July 21, 2017 at Slought, Philadelphia.
The installation features a series of 18 filmed interviews with factory workers exploring the importance of work, the worker’s role in the factory, the value of work to the worker, and the meaning of urban production. By focusing attention on the individual factory employee, these personal narratives demonstrate first hand the importance of urban production spaces and their social significance. A Worker’s Lunch Box builds upon over 10 years of research as well as the book and exhibition Vertical Urban Factory, which focuses on the architecture and urbanism of the factory and the importance of returning manufacturing to cities in a new sustainable paradigm.
RSVP HERE to attend the opening reception on June 2, 2017