Factory Workers Make Dysfunctional Luxury Objects That Become Art [Pics]

Factory Workers Make Dysfunctional Luxury Objects That Become Art [Pics]

Artist Jeremy Hutchison’s ‘Erratum’ is a collection of 'hacked' items that were sent to him by laborers around the world.

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 december 2012

London-based artist Jeremy Hutchison‘s ‘Erratum‘ is a project that invited factory workers from China, India, Turkey and Pakistan to purposefully insert an error into the products they make every day, removing their original function. The workers sent Hutchison these dysfunctional luxuries, which include a double-heeled stiletto and a cheese grater with no holes. The project comments on mass production, the plight of factory workers, and the element of humanity in the production process. Hutchison said:

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