Our working environment is changing. Innovations in technology, such as rapidly advancing digitalization and the tremendous developments in robotics and artificial intelligence are exerting enormous influence over our everyday working lives. Some studies even suggest that up to 50 percent of the currently existing jobs will break away in the next 20 years. We have to rethink work-in its economic, social, and philosophical dimensions. The exhibition How Will We Work? will address, in both analytical and speculative ways, future forms and functions of human work, particularly targeting the role of the creative sector. With a view to the disappearance of seemingly "traditional jobs," it will raise the question about who will, and should, actively participate in redefining the terms work and future.
Morehshin Allahyari & Daniel Rourke; automato.farm; Stephan Bogner & Philipp Schmitt; Perry Chen; Common Works; Design Friction; Alicia Eggert; Harun Farocki; Laura Forlano, Marshall Brown, Lili Du, Ron Henderson & Jack Guthman; Lukas Franciszkiewicz (Takram); Alexandra Fruhstorfer; Anne Galloway & Dani Clode; Ian Gwilt; Sara Hendren & Caitrin Lynch; Het Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam; Daniel Kloboucnik; Maximilian Lackner; Sam Lavigne; Lemmings; Liquid Factory; Joe Macleod; Nicholas Masterton; Tim Maughan; Me You and the Robot; Ivica Mitrović & Oleg Šuran; Charlotte Nordmoen; Normally Studio; (OFFTIME); Johanna Pichlbauer, Fabio Hofer, Felix Lenz & Jekaterina Shipilenko; Tobias Revell; Strange Telemetry; The UK Digital Cabinet Office and Government Digital Service; unMonastery; Addie Wagenknecht
Anab Jain, co-founder and Director, Superflux, London, and Professor, University of Applied Arts Vienna
Gerald Bast, President, University of Applied Arts Vienna
Martina Schöggl, Jake Charles Rees