140 x 225 mm
Cover: Paperback, color, glossy finish
Binding: glue bound
Interior: black and white
Edition limited to 250 numbered copies
Tadej Pogacar & P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E Museum of Contemporary Art
CODE:RED (1999/2000-2004) is an ongoing project which explores and discusses selected aspects of prostitution and sex work as a specific kind of parallel economy. The project takes the form of an open dialogue between artists, sex workers and the public in a selected micro-environment and within a local context. Sex work can no longer be viewed as a local or national phenomenon; it is a global phenomenon, involving migrant and mutli-cultural groups.
This book is the first version of the comprehensive visual diary of the CODE:RED project and includes discussions, lectures, actions, performances, interventions and public events such as the acclaimed 1st World Congress of Sex Workers and New Parasitism (Venice, 2001), Red Umbrellas March (Venice, Salonika, 2001), Unveiling of the Monument to an Unknow Prostitute (Ljubljana, 2002), The Ultimate Sex Workers Conspiracy Soirée: Conference and Party (New York, 2002), Stripping with Marx (Berlin, 2002), and many others.