HOUSTON PISS DRIVE

Cassils is a Queer Artist Who Collected 200 Gallons of Urine to Protest Federal Trans Bathroom Guidelines

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BE PART OF (ART) HISTORY. BE PART OF THE PERFORMANCE

We are collecting YOUR piss from September 17th till Nov 1, 2018.

Citizens, cis- and transgender alike, will hyperperform an otherwise private and bodily function, making the material needs of the body confrontationally public and social.

All you need to do is pick up your free Collection Kit and start pissing.

Once your bottle is filled you can drop it off at the Station Museum and it will be assembled as part of the sculpture.

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PICK UP YOUR COLLECTION KIT

You can pick up & drop off your kit at:

Station Museum of Contemporary Art
1502 Alabama St, Houston, TX 77004, USA
713-529-6900

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SHOW YOUR TRANS ALLYSHIP. WE NEED YOUR PISS!

ARE YOU ANGRY ABOUT THE FEDERAL TRANS BATHROOM GUIDELINES?

BE A PART OF (ART) HISTORY. BE PART OF THE PERFORMANCE.

In the remounting of PISSED urine will be donated by the citizens of Houston through a “urine drive” in act of solidarity.

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THE INCENTIVE:

GOLD FOR GOLD

In addition to being part of an important, timely and urgent piece of political art, Cassils is giving all donors, who drop off more than two full 3 liter bottles to urine for the PISSED sculpture, a fine art print from their latest series Alchemic.

This is a beautiful, signed, limited edition print on archival paper.

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Alchemic, 2017. Photo: Cassils with Robin Black

THE SCULPTURE

PISSED is a sculpture consisting of 200 gallons of urine in a modernist glass cube – every drop that Cassils has passed since the day in February 2017 when the Trump administration announced the rollback—PISSED is a powerful visualization of the literal burden that this move inflicted (and continues to inflict) on vulnerable trans children.

PISSED, is the gender nonconforming artist’s latest work, which is a response to the Trump administration’s rollback of federal guidelines that instructed schools to allow transgender students to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender identity. Cassils is remounting PISSED, for their first museum solo show in Texas, SOLUTIONS, at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art, in Houston, Texas.

Learn about the U.S. Federal Guidance on Transgender Students

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