Harm Reduction Zine wide

On the occasion of the exhibitions Niki de Saint Phalle: Structures for Life and Gregg Bordowitz: I Wanna Be Well at MoMA PS1, Visual AIDS and What Would an HIV Doula Do? present a new, digital zine called "HARM REDUCTION IS NOT A METAPHOR: Living in the 21st Century with Drugs, Intimacy, and Activism."

The zine features new texts by Tamara Oyola Santiago, David Oscar Harvey, Molly Pearson, Nick Melloan-Ruiz, Alexander McClelland, Abdul-Aliy A. Muhammad, and Blake Paskal & Kyle Croft, alongside reprints and graphics from many more individuals and organizations.

View the zine online here.

The zine is part of a collaboration with MoMA PS1 in their recently opened Homeroom gallery. The gallery also features Visual AIDS projects that center harm reduction, including our Play Smart safer sex kits; Day With(out) Art videos by VOCAL-NY, Cheryl Dunye & Ellen Spiro, and Las Indetectables; and broadsides created with Avram Finkelstein and Rodrigo Moreira.