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twenty-first century existentialism. no time or energy for domestic care. dirty dishes, that once held our sustenance, gaze at us purposelessly; traces of things done and not done. the images invoke emptiness, impotence. domestic work reveals itself as a neglected activity, something that should be done but for some reason stays unresolved, bothering us, waiting for our free time and energy to fix it. are leftovers and dirty dishes merely photogenic or are they a meaningful signifier for the problematic value we as a society allot domestic work? could claiming valued time for domestic work be a way to change the dominant paradigm of work and competition?