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Malaises, ratés, asymétries dans le travail à plusieurs. Synopsis d’un banquet des transformations

Abstract : Collaborating, co-creating and working collectively provide opportunities to mutualise resources, transform our generalised relationships of competition and test the comfort of our authorities. But how do we work collectively, when people are assigned to various kinds of asymmetrical (legal, administrative, etc.) statuses? How do we work together, from academic institutions and art, when some of the people involved are not recognised in the economics of cooperation by these institutions? This text raises these questions by looking at a series of research and creative residencies that have been organised in Grenoble since 2013, where wage-earners, permanent academics, academics or artists on short-term contracts, and people who fall outside labour laws because of their status as asylum seekers or undocumented immigrants have tried to work together. These residencies have created discomfort, missed opportunities and difficulties on the basis of which we are seeking a way to transform our practices.
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Sarah Mekdjian, Marie Moreau. Malaises, ratés, asymétries dans le travail à plusieurs. Synopsis d’un banquet des transformations. Déméter, Centre d’Etude des Arts Contemporains, Université Lille 3, 2018. ⟨halshs-01814220⟩



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