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everyday maintenance work is brought into view. genders vary and no particular emotions – or highly ambiguous ones, at least – are attached. productivity-wise, they attest to the quotidian, repetitive, “unimportant”. at the same time, they portray actual actions and movements that improve our surroundings. making domestic life more agreeable allows us to do other kinds of work. the reproductive versus the productive, the economy of care. should we convert this non-work into work or leave it in the realm of informality? perhaps these repetitive, infinite domestic chores could become a meditative practice?