An exhibition that expands the conversation around workers' rights.
The Invisible Worker is a project that aims to expand the conversation around workers’ rights, by giving a platform to those in precarious work to tell their stories. It explores the changing nature of our economy and the impact of digital technologies on how work is structured, where it takes place and what we consider work to be. Our exhibition will look at 3 key areas: The online gig economy, our relationship with digital technologies, and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on those in precarious work.
Our aim is to provide an insight into the changing nature of work in contemporary capitalism and the experiences of those at the sharp end of shifts in our labour markets.