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Since 1989, the Institute of Cultural Inquiry (ICI) has explored the terrain and limits of visuality in forming, perpetrating and imagining the intangible and ever-changing phenomenon known as “culture.”

2nd May 2012

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Installing Sande Sisneros’ show, Speculative Pentimenti: painting in an age of endarkenment. 
A project presented within the framework of the ICI’s 2012 Research Theme of Phantom Worlds, Featuring the work of Sande Sisneros. Curated by Sue-Na Gay.
Opening Reception: May 5, 2012 7-9 PM
May 5-26 2012
Show will be on view Thursday-Saturday, 12-5 PM by appointment only
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Installing Sande Sisneros’ show, Speculative Pentimenti: painting in an age of endarkenment.

A project presented within the framework of the ICI’s 2012 Research Theme of Phantom Worlds, Featuring the work of Sande Sisneros. Curated by Sue-Na Gay.

Opening Reception: May 5, 2012 7-9 PM

May 5-26 2012

Show will be on view Thursday-Saturday, 12-5 PM by appointment only

www.culturalinquiry.org

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1st December 2011

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The Institute of Cultural Inquiry out in the field for our World AIDS Day project, Forget Foucalt

The Institute of Cultural Inquiry out in the field for our World AIDS Day project, Forget Foucalt

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1st December 2011

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ICI Forget Foucault team passing out free button badges for World AIDS Day event at 1318 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica

ICI Forget Foucault team passing out free button badges for World AIDS Day event at 1318 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica

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30th November 2011

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The Institute of Cultural Inquiry in the ‘lab’ for World AIDS Day
QR codes on the backs of the Forget Foucault project button badges

The Institute of Cultural Inquiry in the ‘lab’ for World AIDS Day

QR codes on the backs of the Forget Foucault project button badges

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30th November 2011

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Visual AIDS The Red Ribbon Project, 1991-2011

Visual AIDS The Red Ribbon Project, 1991-2011

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30th November 2011

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The stigma associated with HIV remains extremely high and fear of discrimination causes some Americans to avoid learning their HIV status, disclosing their status, or accessing medical care.
— National HIV/AIDS Strategy.  ((Today is World Aids Day.))

30th November 2011

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What do you want to know about HIV and AIDS? →

pananaghoy:

I am opening my Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook accounts to anyone who wants to ask me information about HIV and AIDS. Let’s make ourselves aware in celebration of World AIDS Day!

30th November 2011

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The Institute of Cultural Inquiry at work in the ‘lab’ for a World AIDS Day project Forget Faucault

The Institute of Cultural Inquiry at work in the ‘lab’ for a World AIDS Day project Forget Faucault

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30th November 2011

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Should pharmacies be allowed to sell syringes? →

metrofocusnyc:

30th November 2011

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Aides Graffiti

30th November 2011

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inothernews:

A child blocked wind from blowing out a candle that was lighted to mark  World AIDS Day in Kathmandu, Nepal, Wednesday. (Photo: Navesh  Chitrakar / Reuters via the Wall Street Journal)

inothernews:

A child blocked wind from blowing out a candle that was lighted to mark World AIDS Day in Kathmandu, Nepal, Wednesday. (Photo: Navesh Chitrakar / Reuters via the Wall Street Journal)

30th November 2011

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Live Flesh: Getting to Zero →

liveflesh:

World AIDS Day this year is about “Getting to Zero.” Zero New HIV Infections. Zero Discrimination and Zero AIDS Related Deaths.

Backed by the United Nations the “Getting to Zero” campaign runs until 2015 and builds on last year’s successful World AIDS Day “Light for Rights” initiative…

30th November 2011

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The Institute of Cultural Inquiry in the ‘lab’ for World AIDS Day, preparing for our project Forget Foucault

The Institute of Cultural Inquiry in the ‘lab’ for World AIDS Day, preparing for our project Forget Foucault

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30th November 2011

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puravidacreatinggood:

Starbucks is taking the charge in the fight  against AIDS by making your handcrafted beverage an agent of change.  They will be turning all handcrafted beverages (RED) on World AIDS Day,  December 1st, across the US & Canada, making a five cent donation on  every handcrafted beverage sold.
 BUY YOUR FAVORITE HAND CRAFTED COFFEE TOMORROW AND 5 CENTS WILL BE DONATED ON YOUR BEHALF
Since  partnering with (RED) Starbucks has contributed nearly $10  million to the Global Fund to help those living with HIV and AIDS in  Africa. 

Mission: AIDS Free Generation by 2015 

puravidacreatinggood:

Starbucks is taking the charge in the fight against AIDS by making your handcrafted beverage an agent of change. They will be turning all handcrafted beverages (RED) on World AIDS Day, December 1st, across the US & Canada, making a five cent donation on every handcrafted beverage sold.

 BUY YOUR FAVORITE HAND CRAFTED COFFEE TOMORROW AND 5 CENTS WILL BE DONATED ON YOUR BEHALF

Since partnering with (RED) Starbucks has contributed nearly $10 million to the Global Fund to help those living with HIV and AIDS in Africa.
Mission: AIDS Free Generation by 2015 

30th November 2011

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