As a complement to my performance series “GEO Home” , I have embarked on a new series entitled “GEO Work”. These performances investigate and explore the unseen overlooked labor of the ser-vice industry, as well as the viewer’s relationship to labor. We live in a time of economic crisis. This series of performances, presented in 8-10 hour shifts, engage the audience with the invisibility of labor and the service industry. I leave footprints that trace the steps of my labor through the gallery or performance space. In a separate durational performance, I remove the traces of my footsteps by hand washing the performance space. In each performance I perform tasks that I have done working in the service industry, including, but not limited to, cleaning, polishing silverware, setting tables, cooking, serving, bartending, bussing, dishwashing, emptying trash, lifting heavy equipment, setting up and breaking down formal and informal events. Where possible, documentation of this performance is done with closed circuit security cameras. The tasks associated with service industry are backbreaking, laborious, and repetitive.