Piece from CAN YOU SAVE SUPERMAN? II exhibition

For decades, New York City based artist Jordan Eagles has used blood — both human and animal — as a medium to push conversations about ethics and HIV stigma within American culture.

More recently, Eagles has used blood donated from undetectable, HIV-positive gay men in his work — undetectable meaning a viral load so low it can no longer be detected by HIV tests — in addition to blood donated by men who have sex with men who are on the HIV-prevention drug PrEP.

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