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The Play Ethic – Is the Future of Work Playful? By Richard Claydon

Posted by on Feb 4, 2018 in Blog, Critic's Area | 1 comment

The Play Ethic – Is the Future of Work Playful? By Richard Claydon

Tonight marks 15 years since I last spoke with my mum & tomorrow night marks 52 weeks since I last spoke with my dad. It is with their thoughts that I woke up around 4 am this morning and decided to check messages in response to my current Instagram posts on ‘play’ – something they both encouraged through performance, photography, and outdoor games as forms of public practices. Since a group of street kids (also my friends) randomly organized my birthday in an outdoor garage in India on December 8, 2017, I have particularly found ‘street play’ with outdoor...

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