Invisible labor


Porcelain painting, sewing, embroidery

Despite talk of the onset of post-capitalist production, women still have a double (in some versions, triple) burden: they work full time at work, do maternal work, domestic work and maintenance.

Such work is taken for granted, that is customary not to notice. Stereotypic thinking shifts all responsibility for managing a couple’s household to a woman. This work often does not have days off and holidays. Even recreational activities, such as a festive feast or a picnic trip, are almost always associated with an abundance of tedious female work (cooking, cleaning, washing dishes).

The work of creating relationships in modern society is usually divided in half. However, a huge part of the work (emotional, and domestic) in this equation is not even taken into account.

The inscription on the plate: "My daily contribution to the relationship"

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