Matthias Kispert will present his paper ‘Representing Digital Platform Work through Delegate Performance’ at the conference Images at Work: Labour and the Moving Image at King’s College, London, on 23 June. The conference builds on the long-established political history and theory around labour – especially that associated with German critical thought, such as the work of Karl Marx, Max Weber, Rosa Luxemburg, and the Frankfurt School – and seeks to reassess the subject of labour and the moving image from diverse contexts and perspectives, looking beyond the prevalence of the Global North and the white, male working class in these debates. This international event, incorporating film screenings and artists’ talks, aims to bring together practitioners and professionals with researchers working across film studies, cultural studies, media studies, critical race studies, history, sociology, economics, politics, philosophy, and anthropology. It intends to foster new, interdisciplinary conversations on labour and the moving image that address the breadth of representations of labour in non-narrative film – particularly in artists’ film practices, such as video installation, experimental film, essay film, and activist, or radical documentary practices – and the global histories and evolutions of labour practices, providing a long overdue reassessment of this perennial yet often overlooked subject.