Hissy Fit were recently interviewed by Eleanor Zeichner for the experimental Australian art magazine, Runway.
“Hissy Fit are a Sydney-based performance collective made up of Nat Randall, Emily O’Connor and Jade Muratore. Their practice, which spans live art, performance, participatory action and performance lecture, approaches female empowerment via acts of transgression and reclamation. This is informed by the historical notion of the ‘hysterical woman’, which they explore through performances of headbanging and other forms of rebellious, aggressive gestures. In doing so, they interrogate actions that both trap and define women’s behaviour while simultaneously containing the potential for radical transcendence.”
Read the whole interview here: HISSY FIT X RUNWAY
Image credit: Lucy Parakhina