This issue focuses on HIV, culture and curation, edited by scholar and organizer Theodore (ted) Kerr. The print and online issue features over 40 contributions—including essays, conversations, visual projects, reprints, and personal reflections—from artists, activists, academics, and writers from around the world, exploring AIDS-related culture in the 21st century, through four themes: forgetting, seeing, collecting, and making, all of which reflect on both the historical turn in contemporary AIDS cultural production, and the ongoing need to keep an eye on the present.
Artist Projects by Charan Singh, Dudu Quintanilha, Michael McFadden, Nelson Santos, Siân Cook
Conversations between Abdul-Aliy A. Muhammad and Louie Ortiz-Fonseca; Adam Barbu and John Paul Ricco; Carlos Motta and John Arthur Peetz; Emily Bass and Yvette Raphael; Jean Carlomusto, Alexandra Juhasz, and Hugh Ryan; Kairon Lui and Manuel Solano; Kelvin Atmadibrata and Benji de la Piedra; Luiza Kempińska, Hubert Zięba, Szymon Adamczak; and Mavi Veloso and Nicholas D’Avella
Essays by Alper Turan, Avram Finkelstein, Catalina Imizcoz, Edward Belleville, Emily Colucci, Greg Thorpe, Heather Holmes, Jaime Shearn Coan, Jordan Arseneault, Kate Hallstead, Lyndon K, Gill, Manon S. Parry, Marika Cifor, Miiro Michael, Rev. Michael J. Crumpler, Rahne Alexander, Ricky Price, Sheldon Raymore, Stamatina Gregory, Vladimir Čajkovac
Reprints from Cecilia Chung, Olivia Ford, Deon Haywood, Naina Khanna, Suraj Madoori and Charles Stephens; David Kahn and the Brooklyn Historical Society; Demian DinéYazhi´+ R.I.S.E.; People with AIDS advisory committee; l.n. Hafezi and Visual AIDS; Sheldon Raymore; and Triple Canopy with What Would an HIV Doula Do?
Theodore (ted) Kerr is a Brooklyn based writer, artist and organizer whose work focuses pri-marily on HIV/AIDS. He is a founding member of What Would an HIV Doula Do? His writing has appeared in The Village Voice, The Advocate, POZ, and The Body. He teaches at The New School.