|AUGUST 30, 2012
The project has been closed. This site is kept as an archive. You can see the 8 episodes from Sweden and Finland by clicking GÖTEBORG or HELSINKI in the upper menu. Thanks to all that contributed.
FEBRUARY 4, 2011
An 8-channel video installation of I Love My Job with all epsiodes will be shown at Shedhalle Zurich in an exhibtion about "Forms of Participation".
AUGUST 9, 2010
Flight attendent Steven Slater quitted his job in style and became an instant folk hero for all the underpaid-overstressed workers world-wide.
APRIL 5, 2010
Both stories from Göteborg and from Helsinki will be shown in an exhibtion at KIASMA starting on April 14.
FEBRUARY 20, 2010
Next week 4 of the submitted stories from Helsinki will be filmed in various locations. The work places portrayed range from a Printing House to a Puppet Theatre.
NOVEMBER 05, 2009
We received 20 stories from Helsinki workers and employees so far. Compared with the stories from Göteborg Finnish fantasies have been rather violent. We will develop now a selection of the submitted stories.
OCTOBER 18, 2009
I Love My Job video with 4 stories from Göteborg was shown in the Employment Office in Itäkeskus. We hoped to encourage people seeking a new job to speak out about previous horror experiences at work.
SEPTEMBER 11, 2009
I Love My Job project is featured in Finnish Magazine Talouselämä.
SEPTEMBER 9, 2009
We are searching for participants for "I Love My Job - Part 3 - Helsinki. More...
SEPTEMBER 5, 2009
I Love My Job - Göteborg is shown as part of the exhibition "Generosity is the New Political" at the Wysing Arts Centre near Cambridge.