Mirha-Soleil Ross

Mirha-Soleil Ross is a transsexual video maker, performer, sex worker and animal rights activist originally from Montréal, Québec. Her videos have been screened at queer, women, trans and art festivals in Melbourne, Amsterdam, London, Dublin, across Canada and the US. She presented her first solo video exhibition “Tremblement de Chair and Other Transsexual Tremors” at AKA Gallery in Saskatoon. In 2004, she presented “It was a Pleasure Meeting You”, a piece about intimacy and the transsexual body at the eBent Performance Art Festival in Barcelona. Her show “Yapping Out Loud: Contagious Thoughts from an Unrepentant Whore” was produced as part of the 2004-05 Buddies in Bad Times Theatre season.


Les Vérités Vo(i)lées

2007, 31:45 minutes

Brandee aka Al Lana Lamarre

2007, 03:00 minutes

Live eXXXpressions: Sex Workers Stand Up

2006, 15:00 minutes, colour, Multilingual with French/English Subtitles (Spanish Subtitles available on request)

MATERSTINA (Langue Maternelle)

2003, 11:40 minutes, B & W, eng w french sub


2002, 13:00 minutes, B & W, French /Eng Sub

Proud Lives

2002, 05:00 minutes, colour, English

Yapping Out Loud: Contagious Thoughts from an Unrepentant Whore

2002, 74:00 minutes, colour, English & French


2001, 04:00 minutes, colour, English

Tremblement de Chair Extended version

2001, 07:30 minutes, colour, English

Madame Lauraine's Transsexual Touch

2001, 34:00 minutes, colour, English

Tremblement de Chair

2001, 03:40 minutes, colour, English

Tales from the Derrière

2000, 24:51 minutes, colour, English


2000, 12:00 minutes, colour/B&W, English

Journée Internationale de la Transsexualité

1998, 38:00 minutes, colour, English


1997, 09:00 minutes, colour/B&W, English


1993, 20:00 minutes, colour, English

An Adventure in Tucking with Jeanne B.

1993, 05:00 minutes, colour, French with English subtitles


1992, 12:00 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

The Curatorial Incubator, Round 2
by Marty Spellerberg. Half Empty, Feb. 2005, no. 3.
The Curatorial Incubator
by Lisa Steele. Toronto: Vtape, 2002.
Sex, Love, and Anti-Oppression: G-SPrOuT!
by David Sztybel.