adam walker


Workers Leaving the Factory, presented as a screenplay, offers an un-uttered response to the narration within Harun Farocki's 1995 film Arbeiter Verlassen die Fabrik. Operating on two principal levels, it firstly seeks to re-consider the intersection of labour, exploitation, violence, bodies, and their represetation. Secondly, in its form, it seeks to make present (or perhaps remind the reader of the absence: it is never actually performed) of uttering —and, by extension, working— bodies.

Selected pages:

Workers Leaving the Factory page 4 Workers Leaving the Factory page 13

A digital form of Workers Leaving the Factory is embedded below, published on the art/text platform HOAX.
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