Seeing of course is not just an activity with the eyes, but rather a practice of vision, imagination and—when it comes to HIV/AIDS—negotiating that which has been rendered silent, absent, and erased, be it from history or the gallery. This section places an emphasis on the role of artists in cultural production, and the practice of conversation as means to make issues, people and ideas visible.
Artist Kelvin Atmadibrata in Conversation with Oral Historian Benji de la Piedra
HIV Ambivalence and Game-Playing Influence
Emily Bass and Yvette Raphael
Looking for the Faces of Our Friends
People with AIDS advisory committee
The Denver Principles
A Conversation Between Szymon Adamczak, Luiza Kempińska, and Hubert Zięba
Poland and AIDS
Theodore (ted) Kerr
From Tactic to Demand: HIV Visibility Within a Culture of Criminalization
Demian DinéYazhi´ + 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