Undetectable, the Visual AIDS 2012 Summer Exhibition, curated by Nathan Lee, is part of two upcoming events. Both pick up themes that Lee explored in his exhibition that ushered in conversation around the power, and possibility around the world Undetectable.


Point of Sale
Hessel Museum of Art
33 Garden Rd, Annandale-on-Hudson
March 24 - May 26, 2013
Curated by Karly Wildenhaus
Point of Sale
operates as a functioning bookshop for the duration of the spring 2013 CCS Bard thesis exhibitions and projects. The bookshop’s display structure is the result of a site-specific commission by Studio Manuel Raeder, which focuses on close collaborations with artists, designers, curators, theorists, and musicians in a wide range of formats that include exhibitions, publications, type design, and furniture design. The catalog for Undetectable will be part of the exhibition.
More information: POINT OF SALE

Undetectable: An Unauthorized Conversation about HIV/AIDS and Media Studies
The Drake Hotel
140 E Walton Place, Chicago, Illinois
Friday, March 8, 2013, 11am to 1pm

Why are discussions of HIV/AIDS so often located in the past?
What needs to be said about HIV/AIDS representation in the present?
How can we move toward new ways of talking about who this pandemic affects?
The conversation will take place in the book exhibit and will be facilitated by Alexandra Juhasz (Pitzer College), Marty Fink (Concordia University), and David Oscar Harvey (University of Iowa). More info: Undetectable