InSideShow

InSideShow is a new work progressing from the existing collaboration between Jonathan Armour and Richard Sawdon Smith, which in 2016 created the film Infinite Surface.
Playing on the idea of the carnival sideshow, the installation InSideShow explores the stigma associated with living with HIV by “challenging” the visitor to step inside (via virtual reality) the body of an HIV infected person (not an avatar), who diagnosed in 1994 has an undetectable viral load since starting medication in 2005.

InSideShow low res

Robert Taylor immersed inside the infected body.

Robert Taylor on VR

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