Forget Foucault

RESPOND VISUALS WHO? CONTACT LIVE FEED PRESS INFO THE ICI AND AIDS AIDS RESOURCES WORLD AIDS DAY

On December 1, 2011, in conjunction with World AIDS Day, the Institute of Cultural Inquiry (ICI) enacted Forget Foucault, a tactical event aimed at AIDS awareness and remembrance. Forget Foucault used button badges with the names of notable people who died from complications due to AIDS, coupled with the word “forget” or “remember.” The buttons were given out for free and people were able to pick the button(s) of their choice. In this, the project questioned who and how we remember (or choose not to remember).

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