Adam Sekuler’s Work in Progress
is a series of two-minute video clips, each depicting someone at work. That’s it. There’s no commentary, no introduction, and no conclusion, and yet the argument it conveys is powerful and precise. At its core, the film is an ode to labor—to the work that defines us, about the contribution we make to society that feeds us. But Work in Progress is cleverly in progress itself: No two screenings are the same, and it’s constantly being added to and edited.
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