Exhausted, 2024.

In the era of the fourth digital industrial revolution, our constant connectivity and flexible hours have blurred the boundary between the work and personal spheres. Work time has expanded, absorbing leisure and rest time. In this digital context, every moment is productive work time.

If the value of all human activity is considered to lie solely in its economic profitability, if the importance of non-productive activities is not recognised and time is not set aside for disconnection, rest and recuperation, the body reaches its physical and psychological limits and becomes ill.

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