Third Floor Community Area
5. Curatorial and Collaborative Projects – In the hallway that joins the community area and the gallery are representative images from 3 projects: The Wizard Of Oz Series (shown with Group Material’s AIDS Timeline), Who Killed Robert Mapplethorpe? (from an exhibition that I curated at the San Francisco Art Institute called, Inside/Out: Voices from Home); and a project that I made in the store front of Intersection for the Arts for World AIDS Day, 1997 called, Clean Works.
|AIDS Timeline, SFAI, Intersection for the Arts/Day Without Art||Photos of Wizard of Oz paintings and Photos of AIDS Timeline.|
6. ACT-UP Banner Paintings – Southern Exposure Gallery, 1989.
For this series of paintings I took excerpts from various texts that dealt with AIDS, and by juxtaposing the texts, an action word is called forth that is either revealed or concealed by the two readings.
7. Die-In Posters –A series of silk screen prints created from a photo taken at the 6th International Conference on AIDS.
8. Immemorial – A Performance/Sculpture for World AIDS Day – De Young Museum Hearst Court
9. 6th International Conference on AIDS – The re-staging of an installation at Eye Gallery in San Francisco called, Remembering the 6th International Conference on AIDS. It contained my photos and ephemera from ACT UP media working group.
10. Clean Works – A storefront installation about Safe IDU (Injection Drug Use) at Intersection for the Arts, Valenica Street Gallery in 1989.
11. Inside/Out: Voices from Home – Curated by Rudy Lemcke 1990
San Francisco Art Institute
The artists included in Inside Out:Voices from Home were selected for their commitment to ending the AIDS epidemic, willingness to face personal trauma with hope and support, and determination to keep AIDS-related issues in the public eye. This exhibition has largely been ignored by histories of AIDS art. The exhibition included The NAMES Project, the Women’s Caucus of ACT UP, HIV+ Women’s Movement Theatre Support Group, Anna Halperin, Masami Teraoka, among others. (Link to press release for the show)
|Women’s Caucus of ACT UP San Francisco||Women’s Caucus of ACT UP San Francisco||Masami Teraoka|
|Youth AIDS Art Project||Nikko Marott||Kathryn Clark|
|Allan Stinson||Ed Aulerich-Sugai||The Names Project|
12. AIDS Timeline (Group Material)
MATRIX, University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley. 1989-1990
Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York,1991
|Ruby Slippers, 1988, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 30″||Glinda, 1988, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 30 in.|
University Art Museum, University of California
|University Art Museum, University of California|
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
|Whitney Museum of American Art, New York|
|Whitney Biennial Catalog||Whitney Biennial Catalog|
THIRD FLOOR PUBLIC SPACE – INSTALLATION PHOTOS