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S A L O N H Y S T É R I Q U E: LA PETITE MORT ET LA GRANDE HYSTÉRIE

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Gabrielle avec P'tit Charcot dans La Bibliothèque Charcot (from the series ANAGNOSIS OF HYSTERIA), 2005 Two, C-type Prints on Archival Paper, Framed in Mahogany Wood Box With Glass Facade. © Gabriella Daris
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The Wallzine No. 1- Victoriana (detail), 2005 Collage 59 X 74 Cm © Bridget Hugo
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10, 2013 Oil on Canvas 24'' X 30'' © Emma Harvey
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11, 2013 Oil on Canvas 24 X 30'' © Emma Harvey
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Charlotte in the mirror, 2013 Giclee Color Print 30 X 40 Cm © P.J. van Sandwijk
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L'hystéro-épilepsie I (from the series, “ANAGNOSIS OF HYSTERIA”), Amphitheatre Charcot, Hôpital de la Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris, France (detail), 2005 C-type Color Print on Archival Paper 21x30cm © Gabriella Daris
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L'hystéro-épilepsie I (from the series, “ANAGNOSIS OF HYSTERIA”), Amphitheatre Charcot, Hôpital de la Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris, France (detail), 2005 C-type Color Print on Archival Paper 21x30cm © Gabriella Daris
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Vaginal Stamps, circa 1930 Postal Stamps 31 X 19cm © Werner Nekes Collection
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Foetus in Utero, 2012 Ink on Paper © Alexandra Unger/Gabriella Daris Collection
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Untitled (from the series Palimpsestes) Drawing-collage: Ink Drawing by Henri Maccheroni With Handwritten Text by May Livory 23 X 23 Cm © Henri Maccheroni/Gabriella Daris Collection
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24 Women, 2012 Plaster and Aluminium 50 X 50 Cm © Jamie McCartney
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Bosom Ballet 20x20cm Each © Annie Sprinkle/Courtesy Aeroplastics, Brussels
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Hypnotist, 2012 32 X 42 Cm © Lizzie Learman
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Girl In the Wallpaper (from the series In My Father's House), 2005 Digital Print on Somerset Paper, Each Individually Handwritten Over in Ink With Quote From Joan Riviere's 'womanliness as Masquerade' 30 X 45 Cm © Cordelia Donohoe
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Poem By My Ass Photographic Print With Typewriting © Annie Sprinkle
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Dedication (Vote/Body), 6th May, 2010 18 X22’’ © Pauline A. Amos/Barney Edwards
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La Grande Odalisque, 2001 Video Loop, Displayed on Framed LCD Screen © Tiffany Trenda
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Oeil de Vieux: Albrecht Durrer’s Alberti’s Veil, 2007 C-type Photographic Print on Archival Paper © Gabriella Daris & Werner Nekes
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This Is Not The Final Cut, 2013 Digital C-type Print Mounted on Reverse Perspex © Gabriella Daris & Marie-Alice Brandner Wolfszahn
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Michael Clark and Nicolas Roeg at Janus, the home of Drawing Breath, October 2002 12.5” X 9.75” © Michael Clark
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LUST, 2012 Oil on Canvas 162 X 127 Cm © Sara Le Roy
S A L O N H Y S T É R I Q U E: LA PETITE MORT ET LA GRANDE HYSTÉRIE
Curated by: Gabriella Daris

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London W1D 4QH
United Kingdom
January 22nd, 2014 - April 19th, 2014

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S A L O N  H Y S T É R I Q U E: 

LA PETITE MORT ET LA GRANDE HYSTÉRIE                                       

A group art exhibition of hysteric feminisms

 

 

Curated by Gabriella Daris | Produced by KNO(U)TS  

“[…] A hysterical dramatization of the conflicts between desire and defense, license and prohibition, voyeurism and exhibition, castration and self-conservation, latent and manifest, sadism and masochistic pleasure, memory and resistance, destructive fantasy and cathartic fantasy,”* religion and ecstatic pleasure, manipulation and emancipation, concealment and revelation. These conflicts, result in convulsive contortions and corporeal manifestations, in an antagonistic sensational conflict between the spectator and the spectacle, the author and the reader, the silent producer and the loud recorder. A radical recasting of the hysterical objectification of the unvoiced women now breaks through the societal stereotypical constraints within a neoliberal context as, third-wave feminists and philogynists alike, speak with the mouth of that wound, bringing these conflicts to an end. Does the wondering womb have its own mind after all?

Text by Gabriella Daris | Quote: *Lea Virgine, Il corpo come linguaggio, Milan, 1974.