Immersive installation piece on the realities of sex workers, “The Parlour Project” premieres September 2019

Artist Amber Dawn Bellemare presents provocative autoethnography from Sep. 19-28

MONTREAL, August 7th, 2019. This September in Montreal, The Wolf Lab presents The Parlour Project: Spider, Fly, and Web – a provocative autoethnography about artist Amber Dawn Bellemare’s lived reality as a former sex worker, using the contributions from her patrons to fund her work as an emerging artist.

An intimate embodiment of human connection and sexuality, The Parlour Project reflects Bellemare’s insights about womanhood and the commodification of the feminine divine. The project consists of 3 parts: a multimedia pop-up ceremony with an accompanying book and documentary about its creation. This theatrical exhibit/live event is an opportunity for audiences to participate in her story from their own place of imagination, morality, experience and courage. 

When: September 19 – 28 at 8pm; September 22 at 3pm
Where: 4035 rue Saint-Ambroise, Studio 206 Montreal
Admission: $20 in advance | $25 at the door |
$15 students/seniors/sex workers

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