The Many Headed Hydra

The Many Headed Hydra is a shape-shifting collective interested in myths, practices and queer ecologies that emerge from bodies of water. Involving people, critters and earthly forces of different islands, continents and peninsulas The Many Headed Hydra is interested in the potential of storytelling and fiction for connecting research, art making and publishing. A collaborative feminist and decolonial art project, the Hydra uses publication as a performative device and surfaces through unbounded magazines – in the form of rumors, printed matter, radio broadcasts, exhibitions, performances and evocations.

The Many Headed Hydra was initiated by artist Emma Haugh and curator
Suza Husse in 2016 at District.