Description

This work challenges this ideological portrayal of Industrialisation as a symbol of economic progress and prosperity in my country while for me it have became a symbol of family displacement, struggle for environmental justice and the exploitation of labourers identity dignity.It also question the relationship between the labourers identity dignity and the inhumane costume that the labourers revisits on their daily life to serve our economy .

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#economy #power #labourores #industrialisation #plantation

Economical power

mthobisi Maphumulomthobisi Maphumulo
south Africa

oil pastel on fabriano paper

152cm x 174cm x 152cm

Ships rolled in a tube

Ready to hang

€7,200

Description

This work challenges this ideological portrayal of Industrialisation as a symbol of economic progress and prosperity in my country while for me it have became a symbol of family displacement, struggle for environmental justice and the exploitation of labourers identity dignity.It also question the relationship between the labourers identity dignity and the inhumane costume that the labourers revisits on their daily life to serve our economy .

Economical power

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