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For Love Or Money - September 11, 2015 - February 12, 2016
In Fall 2015, the Kinsey Institute Gallery will feature the art exhibition For Love or Money as its contribution to the IU Themester. This year the theme is @Work: The Nature of Labor on a Changing Planet. Our exhibition will include at least sixty artworks, artifacts, and print items from the Institute’s research collections that depict individuals involved in sex-related professions, such as prostitution, burlesque performance, exotic dancing, adult film production, nude and erotic modeling, peep shows, female impersonation, and drag performance.
The show will feature work by contemporary artists Herbert Ascherman, Dennis Chamberlin, Michael Grecco, Dirk Hooper, Dave Levingston, M.C. Madrigal, Barbara Nitke, Len Prince, Michael Rosen, Dona Schwartz, Pam Spaulding, Annie Sprinkle, Daniel D. Teoli Jr., Martin Weinberg, and Hope Wurmfeld, as well as vintage artworks, photographs, books and magazines. These varied items will offer a broad view of these professions, beyond the stereotype of sex-related work as purely victimization. These professions may be out of the mainstream, but they are a significant part of the American economy and culture.
Related events include a public lectureby sex educator Annie Sprinkle, and lectures by IU Professor Martin Weinberg and IU Adjunct Professor Dr. Stepanka Korytova.
Taken and the Misrepresentation of Sex Trafficking - November 30, 4:30-6:00pm, Woodburn Hall 005
IU Adjunct Professor Dr. Stepanka Korytova is a migration historian educated in the UK, the United States, and the Czech Republic.
She is the coordinator of the Many Faces of Human Trafficking Working Group has published Global Human Trafficking Bibliography 2000-2010, available on the Global Center website and in the library of The Kinsey Institute, and has an upcoming article co-written with MWH Director Toby Strout: “Meeting the Needs of Victims of Sex Trafficking: DV Victim Services as Appropriate Providers?” to be published in Domestic Violence Report in November 2015. . Her current research focuses on the intersection of sex trafficking and domestic violence.
This talk is open to students, faculty, staff, and the general public.
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