Project Face to Face™
Project Face to Face gives each viewer an opportunity to "meet" a person living with AIDS. Each hand-crafted life mask is exhibited above a tape recorder, allowing the viewer to look into another human being’s face and hear in the person’s own words the reality of living with AIDS. It’s a powerful experience and the results are deeply moving.
At each site we offer a community forum wall where guests are invited to write their thoughts and or feelings. One viewer who visited the exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution wrote a Post-It® note that read, "These people have sinned. They deserve to die for their sins..."
Unheard Voices is an interactive multimedia exhibit of handcrafted portrait castings and viewer-activated oral histories of people who have experienced sexual assault and their healing process.