AC New Museum Of Contemporary Art

AIDS Chronicles

New Museum Of Contemporary Art, New York,  1995

The Chronicle was displayed in the lobby and visitors to the museum turned its pages at a rate determined by the number of AIDS deaths that year with each turn of the page representing a person that had died. This interactive display was positioned to occupy the Museum’s street-level display window, thereby bringing its message to the thousands of people who passed by the window on a daily basis.

Page turning the AIDS Chronicles.

One volume of the 1995 AIDS Chronicles.

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