Visual AIDS artist member Ben Cuevas speaks to Annie Sprinkle about art, knitting, postporn, ecosex, HIV, love, loss, risk, activism, feminism, go-go dancing, orgasms, humor, death and more.
Ben Cuevas is a Los Angeles-based interdisciplinary artist whose work spans a wide range of mediums including installation, sculpture, fiber, photography, video, performance, and sound.
Annie Sprinkle was a Manhattan-based sex worker for twenty years before she morphed into a multimedia artist and filmmaker.
Foreword by John Chaich. Afterword by Beth Stephens.
DUETS is a series of publications that pairs artists, activists, writers, and thinkers in dialogues about their creative practices and current social issues around HIV/AIDS.
DUETS: Ben Cuevas & Annie Sprinkle in Conversation
64 pp, 32 color images, perfect bound
Softcover, 7.5” x 5.5”
Published by Visual AIDS, September 2016
DUETS Series Editor: Nelson Santos, Visual AIDS
Managing Editors: Barbara Schroder and Karen Kelly of Dancing Foxes Press and Alex Fialho, Visual AIDS
Book Design: Tiffany Malakooti
Printer: die Keure, Brugge, Belgium