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Decriminalised Futures Preview
Institute of Contemporary Arts

Still from This Is Not For Clients. Courtesy of Yarli Allison and Letizia Miro, 2022.

Decriminalised Futures
presents thirteen international artists whose work speaks to the multiplicity of contemporary sex worker experiences.

To mark the opening of the exhibition, the ICA hosts an evening of performances. From 6 – 10pm, DJ sets from Lil C and Pepper Coast take over the Lower Gallery alongside pole performances from Sasha Diamond and Tequila Rose.

Decriminalised Futures is curated by Elio Sea and Yves Sanglante in partnership with Arika and hosted by the ICA.
The exhibition features work by Tobi Adebajo, Yarli Allison, Khaleb Brooks, Chi Chi Castillo, Cory Cocktail, Hanecdote, Liad Hussein Kantorowicz, Letizia Miro, Aisha Mirza, Annie Mok, May May Peltier, pxr•mxt•r, and Danica Anna Uskert-Quinn. Through an interdisciplinary approach, themes of sacred space, tenderness, gender, racial justice, joy, disability, and desire become tools for solidarity and elicit conversations rooted in the imaginaries of a decriminalised future. 
Tuesday 15 February 2022, 6pm
Upper + Lower Galleries

This event is free, but please RSVP by 11 February to rsvp@ica.art

Please note there will be high-volume audio. 

Full access information is available here