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By now, glamourous accounts of work in creative and new media industries are common: foosball tables, kitchens stocked with junk food, on-site laundry services, and office complexes that seem more like playgrounds than worksites. This paper considers the practices of these creative and cultural workplaces through Foucault's notion of biopolitics. A conception of biopolitics as the maintenance and regulation of life itself (Foucault, 1978) can account for these practices as strategies designeddoi:10.21810/strm.v1i2.30 fatcat:qkjxbriwvbdllcnq6md5pft4aa