Catalogue for Spaces of Labour-Re-imagining a Productive Landscape for Scotland

J.H. Charley

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Abstract

Spaces of Labour (S.O.L.), which began its life as a series of mapping exercises with students at Strathclyde University's Department of Architecture, has been developed into a touring exhibition, publication and website inviting a considered investigation of how capitalist work practices were organised spatially and of the architecture of the workplace.
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 14 Nov 2009

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Touring Exhibition
Labor
Web Sites
Scotland
Work Place
Imagining
Exercise

Keywords

  • living space
  • workplace
  • architecture

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