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Issue 42

Dorothee Richter

Ronald Kolb

Dorothee Richter, Ronald Kolb

Theodore (ted) Kerr

Szymon Adamczak, Rahne Alexander, Jordan Arseneault, Kelvin Atmadibrata, Nicholas D’Avella, Adam Barbu, Emily Bass, Edward Belleville, Vladimir Čajkovac, Jean Carlomusto, Renaud Chantraine, Marika Cifor, Jaime Shearn Coan, Emily Colucci, Siân Cook, Rev. Michael J. Crumpler, Avram Finkelstein, Lyndon K. Gill, Stamatina Gregory, Kate Hallstead, Heather Holmes, Catalina Imizcoz, Alexandra Juhasz, Luiza Kempińska, Theodore (ted) Kerr, Michael McFadden, Miiro Michael, Florent Molle, Carlos Motta, Abdul-Aliy A. Muhammad, Sandrine Musso, Louie Ortiz-Fonseca, Manon S. Parry, Benji de la Piedra, John Arthur Peetz, Ricky Price, Dudu Quintanilha, Yvette Raphael, John Paul Ricco, Hugh Ryan, Nelson Santos, Charan Singh, Greg Thorpe, Alper Turan, Mavi Veloso, Hubert Zięba

Contributors Reprints
Brooklyn Historical Society, Cecilia Chung, Demian DinéYazhi´, Olivia Ford, l.n. Hafezi, Deon Haywood, David Kahn, Naina Khanna, Kairon Lui, Suraj Madoori, People with AIDS advisory committee, Sheldon Raymore, Manuel Solano, Charles Stephens, Tacoma Action Collective, The HIV Howler, Triple Canopy, Visual Aids, What Would an HIV Doula Do?

Stephanie Carwin

Acknowledgement by the Editor
This issue is dedicated to the power of AIDS, and everyone living with the virus.

Throughout the making of this issue I thought countless times of Frank Wagner (1958 - 2016). He was a curator whose dedication and output made a positive difference in the lives of artists, audiences, galleries, and institutions. His scholarship and commitment to artists living with HIV and impacted by the epidemic was vital and influential. His exhibitions LOVE AIDS RIOT SEX 1 + 2 remain a important touchstones for how to curate the crisis in the 21st century.

Thank-you to all of the contributors for their brilliance, and patience; to Dorothee Richter, Ronald Kolb, and Volker Schartner for your guidance and skills; to Stephanie Carwin for your talents and endurance; to Daniel Brenner, Julie Golia and everyone at the Brooklyn Historical Society for the assistance; Corrine Fitzpatrick, Kris Nuzzi, Heiner Schulze, Amy Scholder, and Liza Zapol for the information and introductions; to Kyle Croft, Nancy Chong, Tracy Fenix, Alex Fialho, Esther McGowan, Amy Sadao, Nelson Santos, and the whole Visual AIDS crew (past, present, forever) for being amazing; and to Sam Feder, Amy Fung, Alexandra Juhasz, Alexander McClelland, Tommaso Mozzati and Justin Yockel for the support along the way.


Postgraduate Programme in Curating, ZHdK

PHD in Practice in Curating,
cooperation of ZHDK and University of Reading,
supported by swissuniversities

Institute for Cultural Studies in the Arts (ICS),
Department of Cultural Analysis,
Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK)

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Issue 42



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


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