First West Coast Exhibition | Through 24th November

Dual Exhibition


Pandrogeny I
is at Lethal Amounts
and showcases Breyer P-Orridge’s evolution of gender work.


Pandrogeny II
is at Tom of Finland Foundation
 and is a survey of h/er artwork from 1986 – 2016.

Both spaces will explore the many facets of Breyer P-Orridge’s art and h/er influence through a selection of paintings, photos, sculptures and installations, that will reveal the ways that gender has shaped the artist and h/er work particularly with the project Pandrogeny (which started in 1995) with other half (dominatrix, registered nurse, performance artist, and musician) Jacqueline Breyer—aka “Lady Jaye”. In July 2019 s/he received the Kamookak Medal from the Royal Canadian Geographical Society for her explorations on projects in popular and social culture and gender geography.

Some people feel they are a man trapped in a woman’s body.
Some people feel they are a woman trapped in a man’s body.
A pandrogyne just feels trapped in a body.

– Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, 2019

On view through 24th November
Both Locations
Thursdays from Noon to 6:00p
Fridays Noon to 7:00p
Saturdays Noon to 7:00p
Sundays Noon to 6:00p

Opening Night/s Photos

Available at both locations

TOM OF FINLAND, Untitled (from Camping), 1976, Gouache on paper, Tom of Finland Foundation Permanent Collection

+ TOM OF FINLAND: Works in Color
2nd Floor Gallery at TOM House



The shows spotlight P-Orridge’s art objects and their documentation of bodily transformations — part of what the artist calls “an exploration of evolution and the human condition and its need to evolve and de-evolve through signs of gender neutrality and gender dysphoria seen in modern Homo sapiens.”

Lethal Amounts photos by Motorboot


TOM House photos by Motorboot

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