Jess Henderson is an independent writer, researcher, theorist, and founder of No Fun and Outsider. She is the author of Offline Matters: The Less-Digital Guide to Creative Work (Amsterdam: BIS Publishers, 2020), a handbook of strategies for today’s workers of the ‘creative industries.’ The book culminates three years of research conducted as an insider precariat of the said sector, and takes a counter-cultural trip through industry superstitions, mutual-aid, and worker activism.
Jess is currently based in Zürich conducting the first transdisciplinary study of the burnout. Her work has ongoing focus on the phenomenon, as well as notions from slackerism and dissatisfaction, to general interest on the effects of technology on our everyday lives.
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