Exhibition

Candice Jacobs | Unproductive Freedom

27 Apr 2016 – 25 Jun 2016

Event times

24-hour daily.

Cost of entry

Free

London, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • Bus - number 78, 42 (direct) or number 17,21,35,37,40,43,47,48,133,141,343,381 are all five minute walk
  • Underground - ten minute walk from London Bridge station
  • Rail - ten minute walk from London Bridge station

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‘Unproductive Freedom’ is a solo exhibition of Candice Jacobs exploring notions of the attention economy, cognitive capitalism and the happiness industry.

About

As the title suggests, Jacobs’ installation considers our current state of freedom when our every movement, thought, feeling and emotion are used and tracked to contribute towards the increased profitability of large- scale corporations: How do advertising and marketing campaigns tap into behavioural patterns and drive how people experience the concept of free time? To engage with this question, ‘Unproductive Freedom’
will present four components: an installation, a participatory audio intervention in Bermondsey Square, an outdoor performance, and a new online work – www.unproductivefreedom.uk.

 

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Curators

Alys Williams

Exhibiting artists

CANDICE JACOBS

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