The AIDS crisis is ridiculous and other writings : 1986-2003
- Gregg Bordowitz ; edited by James Meyer, with a foreword by Douglas Crimp.
- Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2004.
- Physical description
- xxx, 307 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- MIT Press writing art series.
- Bordowitz, Gregg.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 298-302) and index.
- Geography notes: a survey.
- Picture a coalition.
- The AIDS crisis is ridiculous.
- Operative assumptions.
- Boat trip.
- Dense moments.
- Present tense.
- New York was yesterday. Lonely is the city ; A conversation with Delmore Schwartz ; Renew our days ; A solemn assembly ; Hurry down sunshine.
- Which is more powerful: the word or the idea?
- What the world needs now: South African HIVers counter doomsday images with profiles in radical courage.
- The effort to survive AIDS considered from the point of view of a race-car driver.
- My postmodernism.
- More operative assumptions.
A first compilation of essays and writings by a leading artist and activist reflects diverse aspects of the AIDS epidemic, in a collection that captures the sense of fear engendered by the early days of the AIDS crisis, the experience of having a disease, AIDS as a global problem, and more.
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- Publication date
- The MIT Press writing art series
- Video/filmography: p. 295-297.
- 0262025701 (alk. paper)
- 9780262025706 (alk. paper)
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