Opening and artist talk:

March 13, 7 pm

March 14 to April 18
Tadej Pogačar & P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Museum of Contemporary Art in collaboration with DAVIDA



We are bad. And we can be worse. (Davida)
The economy of sex work is a vital source of income for numerous segments of the population on all continents, segments that are excluded from the dominant economy. Sex work is legitimate work, and problems within the industry are not inherent in the work itself. It is vulnerability, not sex work, which creates victims. Sex workers must enjoy the same labor rights as other workers and the same human rights as other people. Most commonly, the underprivileged social groups (women, children), who symbolically and realistically live on the border or outside of society and are stigmatized and without any basic human rights, are forced into prostitution.
As in the past, there still exists a clear division in contemporary society between those groups that are within the society and those that find themselves on the outside of it. In order to survive, the excluded are forced into self-organization. The self-organization of the excluded is radically different from those whose identity can enter a “legitimate” social structure. … >>