Work Party for Cheats is a communal space for getting the stuff done that you just can’t get done. Over two hours we will endeavour to resolve as many unfinished tasks as we can, using all the skills and energy in the room to swap, steal and cheat our way out of our stuckness. Because doing other people’s work is easier than doing your own work, and collective satisfaction is better than individual smuggery.

To take part, please bring with you an unfinished or unresolved task, along with anything you think might be useful in resolving it. Feel free to bring something even if you think it’s impossible to be solved by collective cheating. 

“I want to come back and do it again and again and again” – participant feedback

BOOK ON TO WORK PARTY FOR CHEATS

Rachael Clerke is a Bristol-based artist working across many mediums. They make artworks that sit somewhere on the edge of live art and community infrastructure; playful experiments about what real life might look like if we were less concerned with what real life ‘should’ look like. 

Photo credit: Matt Ogston

Rachael Clerke using a microphone in an office with party poppers.
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