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Time is Money

Olga Kisseleva

May 9, 2014 – June 7, 2014

Kasa Galeri, Bankalar Caddesi 2, Karaköy, Istanbul

Running in parallel with another exhibition held at the Museum of Contemporary Cuts, this show by the Russian new media artist Olga Kisseleva displays series of artworks and videos that analyse how the concept of time is seen not as an invaluable personal possession but as an object that can be exchanged.

As she crosses multiple media – video, installations, performances – Kisseleva questions the role that we all play in relinquishing our time for monetisation. Time, as personal property, is exploitable in this day and age in which forms of crowdsourcing and capitalistic frameworks of servitude transpose time from the individual’s agenda to the corporation’s agenda. The tasks associated with time are no longer dictated by individual concerns but by corporative structures that, by re-allocating and creating tasks, steal time and money.

The works are not for sale.

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