Watching and Talking About AIDS: Analog Tapes, Digital Cultures and Strategies for Connection
With Ted Kerr. This paper is a conversation between activist videomaker Alexandra Juhasz and writer and organizer Theodore (ted) Kerr that explores the contemporary role of AIDS activist videos from the past.. Key to the text are ideas around history, technology, time, and community. Together they discuss and enact intergenerational dialogue, what to do with the imperfection of archives, and strategies for shared looking at the history of HIV through epochs. Their conversation is focused on a community created tape from, Bebashi — Transition to Hope, a Philadelphia non-profit.
Published in First Mondays, 2020
Topics: Activist Media | AIDS | Archives | Critical Internet Studies | Feminist Media | Video | Works from 2020 |