The exhibition, opening next week, is fittingly staged at patisserie-cum-gallery Maison Bertaux, in perennially sexualized Soho.
According to organisers, the show will combine ‘mayhem and delight’, displaying works in media including screen-printing, collage and installation.
The works are all inspired by the relationship between food, sex, gender and symbolism, combining such diverse insignia as ‘eggs, legs, bananas, bunnies and bold iconography’, according to Hysteria.
The collective is made up of artists under the names Collagism, Aida Wilde and Shuby, showing their work alongside the equally amusingly-monikered Jeffrey Disaster.
According to organisers, the show, which spans two floors, ‘promises riotous visual misconduct and infamous bad behavior using mainstream, historical and religious imagery’.
Throughout the exhibition’s tenure, the Hysteria crew will be running a series of workshops and high tea events, giving visitors and insight into their practice.
Hysteria runs from 13 March – 15 June at Maison Bertaux, 28 Greek Street, Soho, London W1D