Pleasure Project

Image by Kitty Chrystal

An exhibition for queer women and their lovers.

Pleasure Project is a visual art exhibition of queer women and gender diverse artists exploring queer sex, sexuality, intimacy and pleasure. Celebrating the sexual experiences of queer women and their lovers, this exhibition highlights the nuances of queer intimacies and identities.


Co-curated by Tor Evans and Madeline Ferme, Pleasure Project brings together works by local and international LGBTIQ+ artists at the Queen Victoria Women's Centre, including Clitopatra, Ggggrimes, Kitty Chrystal and Little Eyes Alien.  

The exhibition explores the theme of women loving women through a queer lens. The artists collectively protest mainstream misunderstandings and misrepresentations of queer sexuality, instead providing honest, nuanced and raw depictions of female and gender diverse sexuality, identity, love, sex and pleasure. Through a range of different approaches, the artists refocus, reposition and reclaim the sexual experiences of and between queer women and gender diverse people.  

Pleasure Project is inclusive and diverse, honouring all body types, all expressions, all genders and all experiences in an exhibition that celebrates and demystifies the sexual experiences of women loving women. 

Event & ticketing details

Accessibility

English No Barrier

Dates & Times

OPENING Fri 4 Feb 6-8pm
EXHIBITION 31 Jan-13 Feb | Mon-Sun 9am-5pm

Location

Queen Victoria Women's Centre - Exhibition Space

210 Lonsdale St, Melbourne CBD

Get directions

Train

Melbourne Central

Tram

Any Swanston St tram to stop 10 | Any Bourke St tram to stop 6

Event notes

INFO

Premiere

WARNINGS

Nudity, Sexually explicit content
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