Timely Art Exhibition Challenging Society’s
Perceptions of Sex Work
Esther Bukareff and Barbara Greczny have teamed up to produce a non-traditional documentary, close to two years in the making. Esther states, “As Canada enters an historic era of legalized sex work, this timely exhibit explores the archetype and reality, by facilitating a platform for sex workers to speak for themselves.”
Barbara says, “The documentary tradition, in the past, focused on the photography and the film-based media. Today documentary has spilled over into the Internet and, in our case, into an art gallery. It is no longer just about sound, film or photography and their division. It is a discourse about the interaction between these media and others, as well as about other multi-media approaches like installation art.”
Produced by Esther Buckareff and Barbara Greczny with contributing Sound Artist Michelle Breslin.
The exhibit opens on Scotiabank Nuit Blanche October 4th, 2014 7PM to 7AM running until October 23rd at Beaver Hall Gallery, 29 McCaul St. Toronto, ON Wednesday to Saturday 12PM to 5PM.