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4 — MAKING

How to have cultural production in an ongoing epidemic is the question for this section. Critics, programmers, activists, artists and others involved in AIDS related communities provide insight, ideas and practical suggestions for making meaningful and justice-minded AIDS-related work for the museum and beyond.


Jordan Arseneault
How to Have A Lecture Series In An Epidemic

Michael J. Crumpler
Thoughts on How to Include Spirituality in Exhibitions about HIV and AIDS

Emily Colucci
Touch Across Time: Familial Loss and its Remains in Art During the Ongoing HIV/AIDS Pandemic

Alper Turan
Positive Space: An Exhibition Project on HIV/AIDS in Turkey

Vladimir Čajkovac
How to (Dis)quiet a Vampire

Jaime Shearn Coan
How to Catalogue a Crisis: An Afterword to Lost and Found: Dance, HIV/AIDS, New York, Then and Now (2016)

l.n. Hafezi
[INSTRUCTIONS FROM CHLOE], A Curatorial Statement

A Conversation between Artists Kairon Lui and Manuel Solano
Could I Be A Happy Person?

Miiro Michael
Disability, HIV, Art, and, Culture

Cecilia Chung, Olivia Ford, Deon Haywood, Naina Khanna, Suraj Madoori, Charles Stephens
Intersectionality, HIV Justice, and the Future of Our Movement

Greg Thorpe
Drunk At Vogue: The Last Disco

What Would an HIV Doula Do? and Triple Canopy
Twenty-One Questions to Consider When Embarking upon AIDS-Related Cultural Production


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Issue 42

WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT AIDS COULD FILL A MUSEUM

 

by Theodore (ted) Kerr

Framing The Issue

by Abdul-Aliy A. Muhammad and Louie Ortiz-Fonseca

A Brief History of HIV: A Conversation Between Two Friends

by Sheldon Raymore

Waniyetu Wowapi and HIV/AIDS

by Michael McFadden

Luckiest Guy

by Rahne Alexander

The Lost and The Found

by Adam Barbu and John Paul Ricco

Inheriting AIDS: A Conversation

by David Kahn and Brooklyn Historical Society

April 20, 1993

by Dudu Quintanilha

In Case You Forgot How I Looked

Artist Kelvin Atmadibrata in Conversation with Oral Historian Benji de la Piedra

HIV Ambivalence and Game-Playing Influence

by Emily Bass and Yvette Raphael

Looking for the Faces of Our Friends

by the People with AIDS advisory committee

The Denver Principles

A Conversation Between Szymon Adamczak, Luiza Kempińska, and Hubert Zięba

Poland and AIDS

by Demian DinéYazhi' and R.I.S.E.

HIV Affects Indigenous Communities

An Exchange to Expand on the PrEP Manifesto between Carlos Motta and John Arthur Peetz

Because PrEP is Not About AIDS

A Conversation Between Mavi Veloso and Nicholas D’Avella

Fingerprints, Unfinished

A Conversation Between Jean Carlomusto, Alexandra Juhasz, and Hugh Ryan

Abiding Relations Through Recovery, Restoration and Curation

by Nelson Santos

Love Happened Here

by Tacoma Action Collective

#StopErasingBlackPeople

by Vladimir Čajkovac

How to (Dis)quiet a Vampire

by Cecilia Chung, Olivia Ford, Deon Haywood, Naina Khanna, Suraj Madoori, Charles Stephens

Intersectionality, HIV Justice, and the Future of Our Movement