I Love Your Work is an interactive documentary about the realities of those who make fantasies. It is a raw and intimate portrait of the everyday lives of nine young women who make lesbian porn. It consists of 2,202 10-second video clips, taken at five-minute intervals over 10 consecutive days. There is an interactive environment for exploring this material (around six hours of footage). It is limited to just 10 viewers per day, and tickets cost $10 each. A free preview of I Love Your Work is available.

As featured in:

$10 ticket

  • 24 hours of access to the full interactive environment.
  • Limited to 10 viewers per day, booked in advance. The next available date is October 2, 2014 (1 day from now).
  • Your name on the audience page (if you want).

$300 premium package

  • One 13x19" limited-edition archival print of I Love Your Work.
  • Three 24-hour instant-access tickets to the full interactive environment (they make great gifts).
  • Special thanks on the audience page (if you want).

Reviews:

  • I Love Your Work is wonderful and sad and a true work of art and everything the Internet should be.”
  • “A documentary that aims to break down stereotypes and misconceptions around lesbian-identified porn by turning the camera away from the actresses' sex-fueled day jobs, and toward the quotidian lives of the women.”
  • “What’s revealed is an intimate portrait of a marginalized community opening up about sex, gender politics, depression, and their daily grind in a way that’s downright real.”
  • “It doesn't make you think; it allows you to think. You wonder: what is intimacy?”
  • I Love Your Work is raw, provocative, and forces us to confront a hidden world that — whether we like to admit it or not — sparks a primal urge in society. Behind the taboo and titillation of Harris' latest work are real people living their lives on their own terms – without fear, embracing their sexuality – and that is a beautiful thing.”
  • “Everything is caught on film; from mundane acts like brushing teeth and ordering lattes, to actual pornographic photoshoots. It is at once fascinating, and tedious — a slow, drawn out process, much different from the instant gratification that porn presents to consumers. This of course, is exactly the point that Harris is trying to make.”
  • “The interactivity of the project reflects how we consume porn on the internet — jumping from clip to clip, catching glimpses of video in between mundane email replies and, sometimes, visits to performers’ own blogs.”
  • “The resulting patchwork videos create nine different stories that are, at times, very mundane but also completely and utterly addictive.”
  • “Whether you sit down and watch all six hours back-to-back, or you click around the gorgeous interface at random, you will be confronted with something that is beyond any voyeuristic thrill we’ve ever encountered.”

10% of $10 ticket sales is donated to the Sex Workers Project, providing social and legal services to people who engage in sex work — whether they do so by choice, circumstance, or coercion.