If time is a resource, then who owns it? What is the difference between work and labour? Who decides what is time well spent or time wasted? Precarious worker Fiona Reilly invites you to consider such questions as she presents aspects of her current project The Department of Time Keepers. Looking at precarity, bureaucracy, autonomy and chrono-anxiety, this project is a continuing investigation into the determining factors of how we spend our time.
Admission is free and all are welcome. Don’t forget to bring your lunch!
About Fiona Reilly:
Fiona is an Artist-in-residence at Fire Station Artist Studios, Dublin. She uses multiple mediums and presents work in both gallery and non-gallery settings. She holds a M.A. in Social Practice and The Creative Environment from the Limerick School of Art and Design and a B.A. in Fine Art from the National College of Art and Design. She has received many awards including The Arts Council of Ireland Next Generation Bursary Award (2016) and Common Grounds Citizen Artist Award at Studio 468, Rialto, Dublin 8 where she founded The Department of Time Keepers.
New to the Workspace Social?
The Workspace Social is a weekly event developed as an alternative format for artists’ talks and networking. Every Thursday, a local or visiting artist is invited to join us for lunch: to discuss a recent project, to share new research or to propose an activity. Participants are welcome to bring along their lunch and to eat with the artist.
The Workspace Social is programmed by Ciaran Nash for Spring-Summer 2018.
InformationWorkspace Social #41: Fiona Reilly
Thursday 5 April, 1-2pm
Image: from The Department of Time Keepers courtesy of the artist.