Worker divided into four equal parts 

Four booths were set up in the shape of a cross, each containing a workplace: a newsstand, a construction site, an office, and a distillery. The four booths were in alternate use for an uninterrupted period of 24 hours during which the gallery was open throughout. The point was to take the idea of a performance society to extremes since the worker only existed as such and no longer had a private life.