A live-art event and exhibition that explores the concepts of ‘precarious labour’ and ‘collective social change’ through experimental drawings. It features performances, experimental drawings, videos and ephemera by Robert Luzar, Greig Burgoyne, Lucy O’Donnell and Joe Graham. The exhibition is unique in that it evolves and changes of the course of four weeks, happening socially, engaging with the audience while the artists work on site. Live-art performances, videos, installations and ephemera are used to shift 'drawing' from the familiar (works-on-paper, paperwork) over to certain stages of uncertainty.

Themes of economic uncertainty, or “precarious labour” act as a background to open up conversations around temporary jobs, reserve labour and debt as many ways of describing precariousness, which is very much a common struggle within the horizon of social and structural change flickering somewhere beyond.