For World Aids Day 2019 I took my exhibition "Going Viral" to beautiful Monheim am Rhein, Germany. Sharing my thoughts and pictures from this show, I am continuously amazed at how much can happen in such little time. Enjoy the little gallery!
Ok Ok. I know I've neglected the 21st century, but I've finally accepted to move on. Here's all the links to all the social media sites I use!
Feel free to follow and comment and enjoy!
In den nächsten Wochen werde ich recht viel in Deutschland und der Schweiz unterwegs sein; zum plaudern, reden, Bilder zeigen und sonstigen, spassigen Blödsinn. Wer mitmachen will, hier mal die ersten Daten!
I had the great opportunity of speaking to the Terrence Higgins Trust and give a little bit of insight into my story and what its like being HIV Positive as a heterosexual male. About stigmas, toxic masculinity and of course, sex...
It's my "annHIVersary". It has been 5 years that I was diagnosed with HIV. 5 long, dark, fun, exciting and challenging years that had given me insight into things I had never thought possible. Today I reflect - and notice how far I have come.
I still can't believe that all of this happened. That I passed through this journey. This adventure. Damn. Maybe I should start considering a book..?
An interesting article about HIV in eastern Europe I would like to share.
One of my favourite articles about the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 80ies and 90ies, and how art and activism changed the fates of so many people - and what human price there is to pay.
Without them, I would not be.