XtraSexyReality is a choose-your-own-adventure porn experience that works with Virtual Reality headsets. Users can make choices between various sexual acts, and for some scenes select different viewing angles. XtraSexyReality challenges current VR porn by providing agency and interactivity. www.xtrasexyreality.com
In this SEX WORKER ONLY Masterclass we look at how you can use basic cinematic techniques to help you create sexy content that makes you look your best! Content creators, in the form of videos, photo sets and/ or live cam shows, are invited to take a deep dive into their own work and their ethetical interests. With easy tips and tricks on lighting, set dressing, camera technique and montage we will discuss how you can make your content more you. Participants are encouraged to bring a sample of their own work and (mainstream) examples of what inspires them.
Yvette Luhrs is a pornographer, film scholar and sex worker.
In this all-inclusive, body and sex positive workshop, we focus on unlocking Intimacy and self-discovery through erotic selfies, exploring the possibilities of smartphone cameras and accessible items in the process of creating an intimate space. Learning how to take erotic selfies can make you feel empowered, giving the sense of control over how you express your intimate desire and sexual identity, creating deeper connections with yourself and the world around you. Nat Portnoy is a multidisciplinary, queer artist, filmmaker, and writer from Poland, based in the Netherlands.
Nat Portnoy is a multidisciplinary, queer artist, filmmaker, and writer from Poland, based in the Netherlands. Her projects are based on theories of sociocultural construction, examining the cognitive processes of pleasure and its connotations with self-representation, identity, ritual, and the complexity of language used to express desire. In her artistic practice, she refers to existing ideologies and beliefs, examining them through the knowledge of a collective and personal experience.
Photographs from an ongoing series focusing on capturing the genuine intimacy between the queer artists and performers, coming from different places, carrying different stories, craving real closeness. The closeness that seems almost foreign in the post-pandemic reality.
Photos from the ongoing project “Sirens” are primarily focused on navigating complex power dynamics on adult film sets and capturing the true intimacy in the community of queer sex workers, their friends, and loved ones that have not been staged.