Join us Saturday, July 9th for Our Bones Glow in the Dark, the final screening event of BROADCAST.
BROADCAST, a project of Visual AIDS, is a free summer screening series featuring contemporary artists’ responses to the ongoing AIDS crisis through the medium of video.
Our Bones Glow in the Dark, curated by louie ortiz-fonseca, featuring works by Tourmaline, Shanti Avirgan, and The SPOT (Safe Place Over Time), is a program of short videos that shine a light on Black queer and trans survival, community building, and storytelling. When we tell our stories, we are uncovering bones that glow and light our paths to freedom.
Special Poetry Reading by Abdul-Aliy-Muhammad
Saturday, July 9th
4pm – 6pm
The Center (Room 301)
208 W 13th St
New York, NY , 10011
Register for Free.
Since 2014, Visual AIDS has commissioned over 40 artist videos, bringing fresh perspectives on the ongoing HIV crisis and highlighting potent histories of art and activism. These video commissions carry forward a long lineage of AIDS video activism that has not only propelled the AIDS movement but has shaped video itself as an art form.