Kire Vasilev is a longtime activist forworkers› and social rights. He has a MastersDegree from the School of Oriental andAfrican Studies at the University of London.He acquired his specialization in the Programfor Labor, Social Movement and Development.
Culinary exhibition: “Sunday Lunch as Reproductive Labour“
With the birth of neoliberal globalization, in developing countries a process of feminization of the labor began. Some women, who previously performed reproductive labor in the household, are now massively involved in the production process, especially in the labor-intensive branches. Thus, women are being exploited again by extraction of the excess of value that they create. This exhibition aims to confirm the argument of some feminists, that non-productive labor is just as important as productive labor, which can be commodified and monetized in capitalist social relations. The audience will be served a complete Sunday lunch - an entree, a main dish, and a dessert, presented not only as a "work of art", but also as a product of someone's work with its own value.
Kire Vasilev is a longtime activist for workers' and social rights. He has a Masters Degree from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. He acquired his specialization in the Program for Labor, Social Movement and Development.
Concept: Kire Vasilev and Kristina Lelovac