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Miranda July

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Miranda July, Photo documentation of The Swan Tool, performance, 2001. Photograph by David Nakamoto.

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L.J. Roberts, Mom Knows Now (guerilla banner drop on the steeple of the Ira Allen Chapel, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT), Hand-knit yarn. Unknown photographer.

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Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Untitled (Diagram of Influences), a personal document of projet MOBILVRE BOOKMOBILE project, 2001–2006. Drawing, color photographs. Photograph courtesy of the artist.

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Faythe Levine, Time Outside of Time (Sing), 2010–ongoing. Inkjet print. This project documents various off-the-grid, alternative, and intentional communities in the U.S.

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Allyson Mitchell,  Women’s Studies Professors Have Class Privilege / I’m With Problematic, from the series "Creep Lez," 2012. Altered T-shirts with iron-on transfer and vinyl letters. Courtesy of the artist and Katharine Mulherin Gallery, Toronto.

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Tammy Rae Carland,  One Love Leads to Another, 2008. Courtesy the artist and Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco.

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Tammy Rae Carland, I'm Dying Up Here (Glitter Drapes), 2011. Inkjet print, Courtesy of the artist and Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco.

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Tammy Rae Carland, Untitled (Lesbian Bed #8), 2002. Inkjet print, Courtesy of the artist and Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco.

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Faythe Levine and Sam Macon film still from Sign Painters, a documentary film (2013) and book (Princeton Architectural Press, 2012).

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Installation Shot

A sampling of zines and distribution catalogues (1991–2013) primarily from the original riot grrrl movement. The zines cover a range of topics such as sexism, empowerment, fat activism, mental illness, gender identity, violence, racism, homophobia, and sex work.

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Installation shot: FREE TEXTS (2011–2012, updated 2013)

Free downloadable PDF files of texts found online and tear-off tab flyers. By Stephanie Syjuco and courtesy of the artist and Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco. This project was updated for "Alien She" and includes texts selected by the artists in the exhibition.

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Installation shot: Foreground: Ladies Sasquatch (2006–2010)

Found textiles, taxidermy supplies, appliqué borg, Styrofoam, wood. Recommended Reading (2010), Wallpaper of photocopied drawings. Both by Allyson Mitchell and courtesy of the artist and Katharine Mulherin Gallery, Toronto.

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