MIRRORING MY MORNING

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mirrorname: manu
age: 35
profession: graphic designer
location: zurich
weekday: Sunday
reference: THIS ‘ICH’ MIRROR IS PART OF AN INSTALLATION OF GLASS PIECES IN THE BEAUTIFUL GARDEN OF A GOOD FRIEND. VISITING HIM AND HIS FAMILY IN THE COUNTRY IS LIKE GOING TO AN ISLAND…WITH TIME FOR REFLECTING ABOUT MYSELF, SITTING THERE…DAZZLED BY LITTLE REFLECTIONS DANCING ON THE PLANTS.

trash can

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name: sarai
age: 24
profession: graphic designer
location: amsterdam
weekday: sunday
reference: sunday night in front of the tv reorganizing the desktop of my computer. rename finished projects with a clear title for finding it back easier. cleaning ‘never using’ files by using the trash can. ‘empty trash can’ rethink did i loose an important software or something?

97 HOUSE MAIDS

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name: daniela
age: -
profession: artist
location: barcelona
weekday: tuesday
reference: 97 selected photographs showing groups of Peruvian high class people in daily domestic situations. In the background of each image one can see either a figure or a deletion of a domestic worker. All images have been collected from the social network site Facebook. Project by Daniela Ortiz.

mi casa es tu casa

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wahing machinename: luca
age: 27
profession: graphic designer
location: amsterdam
weekday: monday
reference: in order to cover the whole rent of the studio i live in, me and my landlord –which often comes to work here– decided to rent my bedroom on airbnb to tourists for some 10 days a month. in this way, we can continue to use this space, but we have to take care of changing bed sheets and towels, fixing the windows for the winter, warming up the space before they arrive, clean after they left, and having our stuff always randomly displaced across the studio. be the boss of yourself—one step further.

recycling the recycle

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name: Marissa
age: 41
profession: Domestic Worker / Coordinator
location: london
weekday: Tuesday
reference: Domestic workers play major role in keeping environment clean and green. this work and contribution is often unseen when things are done properly but get noticed when things go wrong. justice for domestic workers (J4dw) demand recognition in ‘making domestic work visible in british society’.