"the stretching limit"

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As my father was a worker, the terms of productivity, deindustrialization, efficiency and maintenance were present every day. He uses me as an interpreter, as a model for this working-class figure in a period of industrial in-between, between the banalization of robotization and the maintenance of work on the chain. What will happen after my father? What will be the place of the human body in the industry of tomorrow? The body subjected to repetitive work can also, like a material, reach its limit, break and not regain its original form.
This project is a link between the notions of optimization, technique, fatigue and body becoming, while maintaining a hybrid position between the fascination of technique and my sensitivity to the working class cause.