IMPAKT TV #7: Salomé Aguilera Skvirsky and Leigh Claire La Berge
On art labor economics
Location: IMPAKT TV online
Our guests for this episode, artists Salomé Aguilera Skvirsky and Leigh Claire La Berge, will talk about art labor economics, their reflections on the festival film programme and the connection between Salomé’s Filming the Police project and Leigh Claire’s Wages Against Artwork.
The host of the episode is Daniela Tenenbaum.
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Salomé Aguilera Skvirsky― Speaker
Leigh Claire La Berge― Speaker
Leigh Claire La Berge is on faculty at the City University of New York, and a 2021-2023 Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at the Free University of Berlin. She is the author of numerous works of economics-oriented criticism, including the books Scandals and Abstraction: Financial Fiction of the Long 1980s (Oxford: 2014) and Wages against Artwork: Decommodified Labor and the Claims of Socially Engaged Art (Duke, 2019), and the co-editor of Reading Capitalist Realism (Iowa, 2014). Marx for Cats: A Radical Bestiary is forthcoming in 2023 with Duke University Press.