Performance art-choir

Meaning a flock of geese in flight, Gaggle is made-up of twenty-three ballsy women and is fundamentally a performance-art choir with a feminist axe to grind. Their stage garb is designed to “de-shape and de-sexualise” the female form with hooded gowns at first and now headdresses and face painting to disguise their feminine characteristics. Made up of an eclectic bunch, all with diferent Gaggle names and very different stories, their lively blog depicts this and fans avidly follow Gaggle goings-on.


There's 23 of them...


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