8th-22nd January 2013, Wimbledon College of Arts
G.R.I.D. was a moving image series that explored the impact of AIDS and neoliberalism on queer identity by programming seminal works from both historic video artists and a new generation of queer talent. G.R.I.D. hoped to foster an ongoing dialogue about the defining and positioning of queer work among a wide range of artists and audiences within Wimbledon College of Arts, University of the Arts London, and the wider artistic community.
8th January: Should I kill myself, or have a cup of coffee?
Bobby Abate, George Kuchar, Jessie Mott & Steve Reinke, Nelson Henricks, Bureau of Inverse Technology
15th January: Divas, DISCO, and dives
Kent Monkman, Charles Atlas, John Di Stefano, Kalup Linzy, Tom Rubnitz
22nd January: Faggot death
Tom Kalin, Gregg Bordowitz
Is queerness predicated on sexuality or does it have nothing to do with it?
Did Lady Gaga invent queer appropriation?
Why do white gay men get sucked into the patriarchal power structure that suppresses both women and people of color?