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THE RIGHT TO BE LAZY (2019)

This Installation creates with five red hammocks a resting and relaxation zone on the wide pavement in front of the philomena+ project space. With the title the piece refers to Paul Lafargue, who draws attention to "The Right to be Lazy" in a workaholic, industrialized society. The star-shaped arrangement around a light pole and the red colour of the installation refers to the flower to which Oscar Cueto has dedicated a two-year research project. The intervention was showed at philomena+ and it was part of the Agenda 21 Action Programme Grätzloase in Vienna.