Art, Activism, and AIDS: In-Gallery Visit with Jordan Eagles

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Thursday December 1

12:00 PM  –  1:30 PM

Jordan Eagles uses animal and human blood in his artworks to explore themes of life, death, spirituality, and politics related to the human body. In works like American Carnage 6/4-11, currently on view in Unmasking Masculinity, Eagles comments on blood donation policies that prohibit members of the LGBTQIA+ community from donating blood. To commemorate World AIDS Day, visitors are invited to visit the KIA during the afternoon of December 1 to converse with Eagles about his work. Guests will also be invited to step into a photobooth, where Eagles’ will project images from his blood illuminations series onto their faces. The photos, taken by Eagles, will be texted to guests after their visit.