Diplôme Supérieur d’Arts Appliqués Lyon

École Supérieure d’Arts Appliqués La Martinière Diderot

4235 Hours

To See What is Work Today
4235 heures

By Audrey Nicolas



The professional world has been transforming and new forms of work have appeared : freelancers, slashers, online workers… Work has become porous, taking on various and more and more complex forms. That shows a huge desire of appropriation, in particular in the conception of work temporality. But, this temporality has never been called into question. Through the creation of several tools, I made assumptions about what is work today. These experiences, somewhere in-between the search of meaning and the desire of prospection, allowed me to question our relationship to work and its future while envisaging work forms in different ways.

Thanks to the collaboration with Maud Degruel, the founder of the company ArtéLabor, I developed those experimentations and understood the realities and questions that contemporary work has raised.