Since the mid-1990s Paweł Althamer has developed a singularly collaborative mode of artmaking, undertaking projects with homeless communities, groups of schoolchildren, fellow residents of his Warsaw housing block, and other artists, to name just a few. These endeavors have generated distinct bodies of artwork as well as diverse and unique social experiences for his collaborators and audiences alike. For his upcoming Deutsche Guggenheim commission, Althamer will develop an "exhibition in progress" linking the museum with Almech, a plastics-manufacturing company run by the artist´s father on the outskirts of Warsaw. Converting the gallery space into a site of production, the installation will encompass both the creation and presentation of a new series of sculptures, made by Almech´s workers and portraying Deutsche Bank employees as well as visitors to the exhibition. In typical fashion, Althamer´s project will highlight otherwise invisible forms of labor while integrating the various social strata at play within a bank, factory, and museum.