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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