Tuesday 15 May, 19h. Virreina Lab
Free entrance. Limited places
Reproductive work -also known as “domestic and care work”- today functions as the basis of the capitalist system. Production cannot exist without reproductive work. Yet despite its importance, it is not taken into account in any way in the country’s official economic indicators -GDP, unemployment rate, annual growth rate, labour statistics, etc. How, by whom and from where are the tasks associated with reproductive work visualised, articulated and recognised?
Participants: group 2 of women participating in the project together with the economist Cristina Carrasco and students of economics and art history
Public programme directed by Raquel Friera, Blanca del Río and Lucía Piedra.