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Vacancy says
featuring works by Joe Chamandy, Adam Chuck, Aidan Cowling, Todd Fraser, Marlon Kroll, Kayla Polan, and Victor Vazquez

Often acting as sites of cultural purgatory, motel rooms can encourage a manifestation of latent sexual, domestic, and personal attitudes. As a transient and ephemeral space, the motel room can offer an environment ripe for sexual liberation within temporary intimate chambers.

Historically, these rooms have afforded a safe space for non-normative sexual practices, away from prying eyes and traditional views. Differing from a domestic bedroom, the motel room creates a cathartic space allowing for the formation and expression of new sexual identities free from judgement.

What can a motel room symbolize in a contemporary society?

Curated by John Elammar
On view June 8th – July 9th

A Featured Exhibtion in the Nuit Rose Festival

film still from Joe Chamandy and Todd Fraser's "submission to pleasure"
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By: Bunker 2 Contemporary Art Container