MsHeresies #2 - Rietlanden Women’s Office on Useful Work Versus Useless Toil

MsHeresies #2 - Rietlanden Women’s Office on Useful Work Versus Useless Toil
Author: Johanna Ehde, Elisabeth Rafstedt
Publisher: Rietlanden Women's Office
Language: English
Pages: 32
Size: 30 x 19 cm
Weight: 130 g
Binding: Softcover
ISBN:
Availability: In stock
Price: €10.00
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Useful Work versus Useless Toil is the second publication of the MsHeresies series from the Amsterdam-based Rietlanden Women’s Office, a collaboration between graphic designers Johanna Ehde and Elisabeth Rafstedt “which engages in self-initiated, research-based graphic design, and publishing from a feminist perspective.”

The magazine’s main text is a remediation and republishing of the lecture “Useful Work versus Useless Toil” given by William Morris in 1884, accompanied by text and image material from the book The Sisters’ Arts, which examines the working relationship of sisters Virginia Woolf (writer) and Vanessa Bell (painter). This issue continues the project of the series’ first installment—Conditions for Work: The Common World of Women—to investigate the topic of work and the possibilities of collaboration from a feminist perspective.