Iziko Museums of South Africa, in partnership with Lizamore and Associates and the Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce will host an exhibition called InterseXion, at the Iziko South African National Gallery, from tomorrow, Friday March 23. The photographic exhibition comprises of a body of photographic images, voice and video installations, pertaining to sex workers in South Africa – in particular feminine identified transgender sex workers. Photographer Robert Hamblin has collaborated with sex work activist, Leigh Davids to photograph and interview transgender women who sell sex. Hamblin pertinently inserts himself into some of the artworks with Davids in order to engage with the subject matter from multiple perspectives. The intersections of gender, sex, race and class are explored from the perspectives of trans people in the exhibition. These serve as a lens to consider the power consequences of how bodies are depicted in society and how a range of institutions impact on particular bodies. The Iziko South African National Gallery is open everyday from 10am until 5pm. Tickets cost R30 for adults and R15 for children, students and pensioners. Pictured is Mawi-Diamond Town Girls from the exhibition, Intersexion.