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Past Exhibits

Thomas Demand. Room (Zimmer). 1996

Exhibition Schedule

"The Story of Ohh"
Claremont, CA
Spring 2002

Past Exhibits

January 21, 2006
Saturday (starting 7pm)
MORGASM Arrives in Long Beach
Highlights from The Big O
Limited seating. Reservations Accepted.Donation requested $10.00

November 6-7, 2005
Excerpt from The Big O Collection
MORGASM (Museum of Radical Gender and Sex Matrix)
Flazh!AlleyStudio, 1113 Suite B. S. Pacific Ave. San Pedro, CA 90731

Excerpts from the Big O is a select collection of interviews and mementos detailing stories from women of their journeys to sites of female orgasm. Chief Curator, Marie Cartier, will lead a special docent talk of the exhibit. The talk will last approximately 10-15 minutes.

March 28 - April 10, 2005
MORGASM (Museum of Radical Gender and Sex Matrix)
The Big O Collection
Installation and performance-based art exhibition,
University of La Verne 1950 3rd Street, La Verne CA 91750

The Big O is a collection of interviews and mementos detailing stories from women and men of their journeys to sites of female orgasm. The exhibit will be held in the Harris Art Gallery, March 26 - April 8, 11:00 - 4:00. During the conference the gallery will be open until 8:00 p.m. and Chief Curator Marie Cartier will lead special docent tours of the exhibit. If you are coming for the docent tour, please arrive on time. Docent tours: March 31 at 6:15 p.m. and April 1 at 4:00 p.m. Each tour lasts approximately one-hour.

2001- 2004, MORGASM: the Museum of Radical Gender and Sex Matrix, a nomadic manifestation of museology created and founded as thesis show for the MFA in Art at Claremont. MORGASM consists of thirteen developing collections, based on ethnographic artifact and testimony. MORGASM is committed to exploring the millennium shift in the gender paradigm.

The premiere and permanent collection is “The Big O: Stories and Artifacts from the Site of Female Orgasm.” The Big O premiered in several small shows at Claremont, CA, The 2002 Michigan Women’s Music Festival and was exhibited in its entirety in the Installation Gallery and East Gallery at Claremont Graduate University, fall 2002, solo show.

Partial collection presented in Los Angeles, February 2003 at June Mazer Lesbian Archives, solo show.

2004 - Featured exhibition within the “Envisioning the Future,” project curated and facilitated by Judy Chicago and Donald Woodman, Pomona, CA Arts Colony September 2003- February 2004.

“MORGASM - Envisions the Future,” Progress Space Gallery, January-February 2004, solo show within the larger community project.

Selected as part of the performance arts category.

April 2004 – “MORGASM: Big O Stories ‘From the Back Porch’ - Pomona”

Southern California Arts Gallery, Pomona, CA, April - May, 2004.

Exhibiting with another female experimental artist, employing sexuality theme.

Earlier Shows:

The Big O Museum: a Traveling Altar: Group Altar Show, California State University Northridge, spring 2001

The Big O Project: Artifacts from the Site of Female Orgasm: an ethnographic museum installation, Claremont Graduate University, solo show, top floor, Garrison Hall, April- June, 2001.

The Big O Project: Stories from the Site of Female Orgasm: a sound installation, CGU, The Installation Gallery, solo show, fall 2001.

Work Station #1: Stories and Artifacts from the Site of Female Orgasm, CGU, Peggy Phelps Gallery – mixed media installation : writing and recording stations,couch installation with four suspended headset listening stations with 5 hours of continuous live ethnographic interviews (women and men answered the questions “tell me your best Big O story?” “tell me about never having had an orgasm?” “how did you get to the site of female orgasm?” and “what information do you have to give to women who have never been to this site?”), spring 2002.

The Big O Museum: Stories and Artifacts from the Site of Female Orgasm, a Traveling Show – one woman performance show, docent tour, workshops and museum hours within outdoor constructed on – land museum at Michigan Women’s Music Festival, summer 2002.

Site specific performance, as docent:

MONOLOGUES THE VAGINA REALLY WANTS TO TELL, premiere: Claremont Graduate University, November 2002.

Photo by Fisher/McCulloh 2002