Vice, “A Former Crass Member Looks Back on 50 Years of Counterculture”

The exhibition includes the now-iconic artworks Vaucher created for Essex’s finest commune-dwelling anarcho-pacifist punk band Crass, of which she was a member for the band’s entire time together (1977 to 1984). Crass, famously, had a thing or two to say about authoritarianism and right-wing, warmongering, and isolationist heads of state, and with Vaucher at the helm of most non-musical undertakings, they found some ingenious ways to make their point. While their records are fantastic and powerful in their own right, their extracurricular antics could be considered a very mischievous kind of performance art.

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