The Animation of Mortality is an interactive animation installation that BRINGs ATTENTION TO LESSER-KNOWN NARRATIVES ABOUT HIV by allowing visitors to trigger audio testimonials of people living with the virus and of children who've lost parents to AIDS-related illnesses.
Learn about the on going development of this project and meet the people behind the stories. Watch a short clip of the film that inspired it below.
The Animation of Mortality is a portable room installation that uses coding software, motion sensors and short-throw projectors, to allow visitors to trigger animated “infections” in wall projections of patterned wallpaper. These animations are narrated by the stories of people living with HIV and the children of those who have died from AIDS-related illnesses.
How you can help
Be a part of the Animation of Mortality. You can contribute by sharing your testimonial about living with HIV or about losing a parent to AIDS-related complications. Help bring the exhibition to your community by donating space or helping to arrange panel discussions with activists, artists, families and survivors. You can also sponsor the project with a tax-deductible donation through the New York Foundation for the Arts.
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