Collective Delusion/Mass Hysteria

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Collective Delusion/Mass Hysteria says
Collective Delusion/Mass Hysteria is an independent art zine featuring female indentifying/femme artists involved in the punk, hardcore, noise, and underground art scene. The artists work with the theme of identity, sexuality and gender. Some of these artists have a strong connection with femininity, some don't believe in gender id, some have transitioned into female gender. All of the money made from book sales goes back into project printing, exhibitions, shipping, space rental, etc

Artwork by:
Sara Abruña, Heather Benjamin, Jennifer Calandra, Sharnae Caceres, Jane Chardiet, Denise DeGlopper, Cherene Dijital, Jenn Epstein, Olivia Gibb, Lara Goetzl, Alexandra Gutnik, Kelsey Henderson, Ashley Hohman, January Hunt, Emma Kohlmann, Andrea Lukic, Julie MacKinnon, Sheila Marcello, Theresa Moher, Jess Poplawski, Tamara Rodriguez, Anna Sandberg, Caroline Schub, Catherine Stack, Brandi Strauss, Katherine Valentine, Chelsea Watt, Renate Winter, Jessica Wolford, Chihiro Yoshikawa

Installation by:
Jennifer Calandra
Sheila Marcello

Tattooing by:
Christina Gemora / Sacred Remains

Friday November 13:
Exhibition Opening
@ Austin School of Film 7-10pm
Drinks & food provided by the Austin School of Film

Saturday November 14:
@ Austin School of Film Noon-6pm
Drinks provided by the Austin School of Film

Veil (St. Louis)
Phantom Head (Kansas City)
Sherman's March (Atx)
The Noids (Denton)
@ Tamale House 8pm

Sunday November 15:
Exhibition Closing Show + Outdoor Market
@ Austin School of Film Noon-6pm
Drinks provided by the Austin School of Film

ELIX-R (Htx)
Feral Future (Atx)
Soy Babies (Denton)
@ Cheer Up Charlie's 9pm

Jennifer Calandra
Born and raised in NYC. Gender Queer erotic artist with a focus on illustration, zine making and mask making.

Theresa Moher
Born and raised in Texas, recently resettled in Brooklyn. Chicana artist with focus on Illustration and painting.

This event is free & open to the public.

Gallery Space provided by The Austin School of Film

Austin School of Film @ Motion Media Arts Center is a 501c(3) non-profit independent film, art, and technology center that supports every aspect of production from idea to distribution. Our goal is to educate, train, and develop emerging artists of all ages to be active participants in shaping our 21st century culture.

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This event is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin.
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