Care for care: Studio REV-'s strategies of engagement

Coombs, G 2015, 'Care for care: Studio REV-'s strategies of engagement', Art and the Public Sphere, vol. 4, pp. 39-51.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title Care for care: Studio REV-'s strategies of engagement
Author(s) Coombs, G
Year 2015
Journal name Art and the Public Sphere
Volume number 4
Start page 39
End page 51
Total pages 13
Publisher Intellect
Abstract The artists at Studio REV-, along with their allies in the broader non-profit sector, address domestic workers' rights in the United States. As a social practice art project, NannyVan works to improve how information about domestic rights is disseminated to these workers, whether nannies, elder caregivers or others. As part of a larger project named CareForce, the NannyVan project shows an ethics of care by using design traces as tactics and transversal methods as strategies.
Subject Art Theory and Criticism not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) design trace
publics
domestic workers
ethics of care
precarity
transversality
DOI - identifier 10.1386/aps.4.1-2.39_1
Copyright notice © 2015 Intellect Ltd Article.
ISSN 2042-793X
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