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EXPOSED: Experiments in Love, Sex, Death, Art
Date Monday June 19
Time 2:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location Details
CounterPULSE, 1310 Mission Street @ 9th St. in San
Francisco
Event Type Screening
Organizer/Author
QUESTION: What happens to a porn star and veteran whore that gets
old, somewhat chubby, and gets breast cancer?
ANSWER: She falls madly in love and lives happily ever after!!!!

That's partly what our show, Exposed is about. If you're feeling
down, and want a lift, come to Exposed. People tell Beth and I that
it really makes them feel uplifted. If you're already feeling
happy, then come and celebrate with us. There are some wonderful
film clips, lots of photos, live music, a beautiful ritual, and
great vibes flowing all around the theater. Not to mention lots of
cleavage, food for thought, plenty of laughs and poignant dramatic
moments. What more can I say?


CounterPULSE, the National Queer Arts Festival,
and Center for Sex and Culture present:
Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens
In the West Coast Premiere of
EXPOSED: Experiments in Love, Sex, Death, Art

EXPOSED is a unique love story. Become a part of a genuine
celebration of the deepest realms of romantic, sexual, and familial
love, in order to bring about positive social change. Exposed also
offers an artistic response to the violence of war, and the anti-gay
marriage movement.

EXPOSED takes place in a delightful laboratory, and explores lesbian
courtship, artificial insemination, queer weddings, breast cancer,
art experiments, communion with community, and more. Audiences will
enjoy a live sound-scape, a bevy of enthusiastic lab technicians,
and opportunities to be human guinea pigs. They can drink some Love
Art Lab Elixer, and great results are virtually guaranteed with no
unpleasant side effects. Mixing elements of pleasure, pain, passion,
and juice, the "love artists" will stimulate the senses and crack
hearts open. Experiment with Beth and Annie and take an adventure
into the exotic and unknown.


When Annie Sprinkle (former porn star and performance artist) and
Elizabeth Stephens (professor and experimental artist) fell madly
and passionately in love, they decided to make a commitment to
explore, generate, and share their love through art. They named
their project the Love Art Laboratory.




EXPOSED is directed by Neon Weiss. Technical design and live sound-
scape are by Sheila Malone. Guest appearances are by artist and art
professor Tina Takemoto (as Biork) and four fantastic laboratory
assistants.


When: Fri- Sun, June 16-18 at 8pm & Sun. Matinee June 18,
2pm (4 shows only!)


Where: CounterPULSE, 1310 Mission Street @ 9th St. in San
Francisco

Tickets: $15-20 sliding scale, call 415-435-7552


http://www.queerculturalcenter.org <http://www.queerculturalcenter.org>
http://www.loveartlab.org <http://www.loveartlab.org/>


Over 18 only.
Added to the calendar on Saturday Jun 17th, 2006 11:07 PM

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