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Tonight! Women's Leadership Workshop on Invisible Labor. You can get tix at the door. $40 and scholarships are available.

#Leadership #WDGAF #femmefuckitall #InvisibleLabor
User Image airial_not_ariel Posted: Feb 19, 2018 4:51 AM (UTC)

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This Wednesday night, we're taking on #InvisibleLabor in the workplace. This is some insidious shit.

Are you the office mom? The team big sister? Is your inbox the confessional? Are you the "people" person in your company? When co-workers have questions, do they seek you out since you're always so available to help? Are you tracking everyone's emotional experience while you're working... and since you're the only one seeing it, do you then feel responsible? If there's an unhappy client, vendor or partner are you the one sent in to smooth things over? It's these kinds of emotional tasks that make up the invisible labor in the workplace. And it's a gendered expectation.

#Woman, I hope you're getting paid for all that labor you're doing.

https://www.airialclark.com/new-events/2018/2/9/invisible-labor-mens-entitlement-in-the-workplace

#Leadership #WDGAF #workplace #femme
User Image joettamaue Posted: Feb 16, 2018 3:00 PM (UTC)

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Yesterday was one of those days were I felt lost in #monotony so I worked on this piece #invisiblelabor #motherartist #theeveryday #embroidery #text #textileart
User Image joettamaue Posted: Feb 9, 2018 5:17 PM (UTC)

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Got started on this #embroidery all about #invisiblelabor #motherhood and the #mundane - while I #stitch my brain is flooding with doubt, questions, ideas & desired about who I am as an #artist
#artistresidencyinmotherhood #mamaartist
Tomorrow 5-7PM, SculptureCenter will host the opening reception for Carissa Rodriguez’s solo exhibition ‘The Maid’
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“A newly commissioned video by Rodriguez engages the discourse of sculpture through the tools of cinema and follows the lives of 'related' artworks, recounting the conditional relationships between artist, artwork, and third-party agents (institution, caregiver, surrogate) in familial terms.” Curated by Ruba Katrib
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Image: Carissa Rodriguez, The Maid (production still), 2017
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#CarissaRodriguez #SculptureCenter #TheMaid #RubaKatrib #Video #Cinema #Labor #institutionalcritique #caregiver #surrogate #conditionalrelationships #economiesofcare #pinkcollarlabor #invisiblelabor #livesofobjects
User Image listress Posted: Jan 21, 2018 8:03 PM (UTC)
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One certain gift of layovers and flight delays is the time and space to notice those who clean up after us. #invisiblelabor #freeingthrowers #airtravel #supportstaff #throwingyourselfintoyourwork #mexicocityairport #workethic
User Image wheresaddie Posted: Dec 27, 2017 5:44 PM (UTC)

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User Image reedvanbrunschot Posted: Dec 16, 2017 5:36 AM (UTC)
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@nathalievalfonso ‘s durational performance of washing away her own black line for four days. #invisiblelabor & @jill_dubbleyou ’s “ She Comes First” installation @fair.market #fairatbcc #fairmarket #thefutureisfemale #womenartists
User Image tamar.salibian Posted: Dec 10, 2017 6:46 PM (UTC)

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I read an honest, astute, thought-provoking piece by Carley Moore titled "Why I Can’t Have Coffee with You: Saying No to the Patriarchy" yesterday (link below). It resonated on a number of levels. I'm not saying I won't meet for coffee, write a recommendation letter for a student, or provide unpaid labor ever again, but after reading the piece, a number of things became clearer in my mind. Go read it, and let me know what you think. ☮❤️ @tamar.ybb
User Image r_woodring Posted: Dec 10, 2017 2:23 AM (UTC)
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Muy feliz a salir con este pintura bonita de José González

Part of #invisiblelabor -project led by super human Patricia Vazquez
User Image fair.market Posted: Dec 4, 2017 6:39 PM (UTC)
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Ruby Rumie, whose monumental wall of portraits Lugar común positions the relationship between women across class-divides in Colombia can be seen inside Fair Market. at @brickellcitycentre.

#FAIRatBCC #WeAreHere #RubyRumie #InvisibleLabor #NohraHaimeGallery
User Image kittensfostered Posted: Nov 15, 2017 4:58 AM (UTC)

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#Repost @bc3cats (@get_repost)
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My heart breaks for the ones I am not able to save, but at least he won’t feel any more pain. I named him William and loved him while he was in my care. ❤️ He ate lots of turkey baby food and slept on comfortable, warm towels and hopefully felt some of the love I gave him. His injuries were beyond my capacity to heal. One of the most important reasons targeted TNR in under-resourced neighborhoods like mine is so important is to prevent births, which are births into suffering. Kittens born on the streets have an ~80% mortality rate. Kittens like William die every day on the streets of New York City, without anyone noticing them and acknowledging the loss, nor the toll reproduction takes on their parents. No live release rates of shelters or rescues captures this silent, invisible, but real loss of life statistic, as they die before they enter shelters/rescues. All the while NYC animal welfare organizations are taking in donations in order to transport kittens into NYC from the south, because these orgs are so far removed from the true needs of their city as to declare a premature “mission accomplished” in the battle of community cat reproduction. It hurts me, personally, to post William’s story because I feel personally guilty for not being able to save him. But I’m posting because it hurts me more to not bear witness to his life, and the lives of the many community cats and kittens like him, who are living and then dying in one of the world’s greatest, and wealthiest, cities full of animal lovers. It is common knowledge how to solve this problem and NYC is making a choice not to follow and devote resources towards the examplar successful programs, like targeted TNR, which I have dedicated all my free time to doing. If the leadership of the well-funded, internationally known animal welfare orgs would just take a walk through my neighborhood with me to see that there are cat colonies on every block in need, instead of deciding by default that we and our problems are invisible, and implement programs that have been proven effective, then we could make a real difference in animal welfare. #invisiblelabor #invisibleproblem ##million
User Image bc3cats Posted: Nov 15, 2017 4:49 AM (UTC)

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My heart breaks for the ones I am not able to save, but at least he won’t feel any more pain. I named him William and loved him while he was in my care. ❤️ He ate lots of turkey baby food and slept on comfortable, warm towels and hopefully felt some of the love I gave him. His injuries were beyond my capacity to heal. One of the most important reasons targeted TNR in under-resourced neighborhoods like mine is so important is to prevent births, which are births into suffering. Kittens born on the streets have an ~80% mortality rate. Kittens like William die every day on the streets of New York City, without anyone noticing them and acknowledging the loss, nor the toll reproduction takes on their parents. No live release rates of shelters or rescues captures this silent, invisible, but real loss of life statistic, as they die before they enter shelters/rescues. All the while NYC animal welfare organizations are taking in donations in order to transport kittens into NYC from the south, because these orgs are so far removed from the true needs of their city as to declare a premature “mission accomplished” in the battle of community cat reproduction. It hurts me, personally, to post William’s story because I feel personally guilty for not being able to save him. But I’m posting because it hurts me more to not bear witness to his life, and the lives of the many community cats and kittens like him, who are living and then dying in one of the world’s greatest, and wealthiest, cities full of animal lovers. It is common knowledge how to solve this problem and NYC is making a choice not to follow and devote resources towards the exemplar successful programs, like targeted TNR, which I have dedicated all my free time to doing. If the leadership of the well-funded, internationally known animal welfare orgs would just take a walk through my neighborhood with me to see that there are cat colonies on every block in need, instead of deciding by default that we and our problems are invisible, and implement programs that have been proven effective, then we could make a real difference in animal welfare. #invisiblelabor #invisibleproblem #millioncatchallenge #trapneuterreturn #tnr

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