VISITORS OF AN EXHIBITION SPACE ARE SUGGESTED
TO 'DO NOTHING'
Visitors of an exhibition space are suggested to 'do nothing' consists of creating an existential situation in which the visitors of an exhibition space are suggested to sit on a comfortable chair and to get paid for ‘doing nothing’. It deconstructs the idea of 'doing nothing' as losing time, the idea of productivity as valuable, and the possibility of being present to yourself as a class privilege.
“ You can engage in the experience of 'doing nothing' and be payed for it on an hourly basis.
The experience takes place 'here' [in the space]. You can decide on the time you stay, you just have to know that that compensation is foreseen for the number of full hours. If you are interested, you will sign a contract. After doing nothing and getting paid, you will receive a proof of payment.
All applicable taxes and social contributions have to be paid according to laws and regulations.