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Curator Tour with Yves Sanglante
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Yarli Allison & Letizia Miro, This is Not for Clients, 2021, two-channel video, 11 min. 44 sec.

Co-Curator of Decriminalised Futures Yves Sanglante gives a 45-minute overview of the exhibition. The tour offers an introduction to the artists' work and focuses on discussing creativity as a tool to explore topics that impact the lives of sex workers. 
Yves Sanglante (they/them) is interested in art as a means to inspire liberation. Through their work, they explore how untold historical moments can strengthen and inform visions of the past, present and future. In 2016, as part of a collective of sex workers, artists and anthropologists, Sanglante co-founded sex worker-led archive Objects of Desire. The archive’s most recent exhibition took place at Schwules Museum, Berlin in 2019. The same year, Sanglante began work on Decriminalised Futures in collaboration with organiser Elio Sea. 
£5, free for ICA members.

Please meet at the entrance of the exhibition.

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