AIDS Anarchive: Cultural Production Relating to the 'AIDS Crisis'

AIDS Anarchive: Cultural Production Relating to the 'AIDS Crisis'

The Future of the Revolt | WorldPride Madrid 2017

Finished
Anarchivo Sida
A look at HIV/AIDS which approaches it not so much as a medical epidemic as a shift in the visual, affective and economic paradigm.

The exhibition AIDS Anarchive: Cultural Production Relating to the “AIDS Crisis” in Southern Europe and Latin America. 1985-2016 takes cultural production associated with the “AIDS crisis” in southern Europe and Latin America as its starting point, focusing in particular on Chile and Spain. The project approaches HIV/AIDS not so much as a medical epidemic as a change in the visual, affective and economic paradigm, which has coexisted alongside a strengthening of neoliberal politics and the globalisation process.
The idea is not so much to hold an “archive exhibit” as it is for the archive itself to be established through the very act of being exhibited. Following three years of research and production of material, AIDS Anarchive is now being presented as an exhibition. The artist Carme Nogueira collaborated on designing this exhibition.

 

 

 

Documents
Interpreters

Some of the works exhibited in this collection include images that contain explicit sexual content.

Colaboran
Cycles and specials
Solsticio en Conde Duque

From may 27 to september 24 of 2017

Tuesday-Saturday: 10h - 20hSunday: 10:00 - 14h
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Activities
The Agitator ("Agitador") hall has been set up in the interval between the two exhibitions. The hall is a space that will host works created specifically for the programme The Future of the Revolt: LGTBIQ Memory and Desire, as well as various activities associated with the project.