Exactly one month after strippers lost jobs due to club closures and the spread of Covid-19. In response, strippers birthed a bouquet of live shows on Zoom—all with original themes and performances, games, prizes, and a dynamic cast of dancers from LA, NYC, Chicago, Berlin, and London. Pandemic Peepshow Art Book showcases, commemorates and documents the wild creativity that existed during the pandemic demonstrating the collective power sex workers performed as a demonstration of defiance, community care, economic survival, and love of the dance.
- Forward written by the edible, incredible Akynos, the director of the Black Sex Worker Collective, interviews with show producers, show reviews, flyers, tips on surviving activism, the genesis of “Sacred Wounds” and an interview with “Virtual Heaven” creator, Lulu Honey for “Sugar World.”
- Published and printed by Eureka! Art House Print lab. Graphic Design by Jed Bell. Additional design by Unperson Studio.
- Pandemic Peep Show book sales will be donated to Trans Defense Fund Los Angeles & and Strippers United, Inc.
- Original Photos by Antonia Crane.
- Additional photos by documentary photographer Jordana Bermúdez.