Tracing a parallel between recent shifts in labor and contemporary performative art production
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Recent shifts in labor constructs, to what is currently being termed immaterial labor or Post-Fordism, parallel the rise of artistic practices that have as their basis collaboration and participation. This paper will focuses on networked performance, a type of performance art that utilizes Internet or network technology in its production or performance. As an art form it reflects and embodies the cultural shifts towards immateriality, by prizing and questioning technology, intellectual property, collaboration, participation, and time shifting.