Hole is an ongoing project between Colleen Asper and Marika Kandelaki. The collaboration began three years ago in an effort to construct a space in which we are accountable to each other and not merely circulating under the patriarchal law and communicating through the patriarchal symbolic. We choose to work under the name Hole to understand and to undo the categories of lack that describe our position as women. We believe resistance only takes place when the hysteric starts to speak not to the master, but to herselves—to the many in and of herself, melting the boundaries of the body as marked by the structure. There are two parts to Hole: Hole ABC’s and Hole 123’s. Hole 123’s are performances that demonstrate structural positions within the hole, and Hole ABC’s are narrative and are centered around a dictionary of synonyms for the hole, with each entry accompanied by a text and an image.