I was interviewed for ABC News’s Impact x Nightline episode on reality TV, working conditions, and whether and how reality performers should unionize.
I was part of an exhibit at the Louisiana Museum of Art in Denmark on “The Irreplaceable Human,” looking at the conditions of life and work during the age of “artificial intelligence.” The exhibition is up from November 23, 2023 to April 1, 2024. With works by more than 60 artists, this large-scale, interdisciplinary exhibition […]
I will be at Internazionale Magazine Festival in Ferrara in September. It is said that work gives dignity and defines us. But couldn’t it be that they pushed us to believe this in order to make better use of ourselves? How to regain time for ourselves and our lives Francesca Coin sociologist Dialogue with Sarah Jaffe American […]
I was the guest host for this episode of Macrodose, talking about the history and the present of the United Auto Workers.
Elaine Low at The Ankler interviewed me about the Hollywood strikes and the way the myth of the dream job is utilized on all sides of the struggle.
I was interviewed for Somerset House Podcast’s series on “Soft Life,” on work, hustle culture, and how we can imagine new ways of living.
I’m one of several voices explaining the care crisis–in Britain and internationally–and what we can do about it in this video series from Open Democracy.
I was a guest on the Macrodose podcast, for a long and rambling (and quite fun) conversation with James Meadway on the state of work, which robots we should (and shouldn’t) be afraid of, and why it’s always about power.
I spoke to UMass Boston’s Applied Ethics Center on the future of work:
In connection with the exhibition Essential Work, I’ll be doing a talk at the Berman Museum March 2nd.