This idea of thinking about the labors that go into creating something that are often invisible. That speaks to our backgrounds. I’m a graphic designer and Sarah is an arts administrator. She has a deft of experience stacking chairs and buying beers and knowing all of these invisible things that go into creating something. Design is like that, too. We both have a background in invisible labor.
Distributing the event info, sweeping the floors, buying the beer for the reception: these are the tasks that propel creative and social actions
Christine Wertheim notes that the classically gendered "zero-work" of maintaining a space is an unsung an integral part of the production of the world: to maintain a home is "the labor of reproducing labor itself"