This performative 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. On the opening day, visitors who participated in the Right to be lazy were rewarded with drinks and food. The intervention was showed on public space in front of Philomena+ and it was part of the Agenda 21 Action Programme Graetzloase in Vienna.

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