Laurel Ptak works across artistic, curatorial and pedagogical boundaries to address the social and political contours of art and technology. Her projects are interdisciplinary and discursive in nature and have taken up subject matter including alternative economies, debt, feminism, intellectual property and labor. Ptak is the initiator of Wages For Facebook, which draws on the 1970s feminist campaign Wages For Housework, to think through the relationships between capitalism, class and affective labor that are at stake within social media today. Debated widely in the press, at universities and via social media, the project has framed a broad public conversation about workers’ rights and the nature of labor, as well as the politics of its refusal, in our digital age. Ptak teaches in the department of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons, The New School and is director of the artist-run space Triangle Arts Association in New York City. Together with artist Marysia Lewandowska, she is co-editor of the book Undoing Property?, which explores artistic practices in relationship to immaterial production, political economy and the commons, published by Sternberg Press in 2013.