AIDS in New York exhibition is on the 1st floor of the Pomerantz Center including Art and Design gallery at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
The many who live today will explore the early period from 1981 to 1985. They will gain knowledge about educational information about AIDS and HIV. Also, they will share the remembered memory of grief, fear, and mystery with those who have been through the pain of their loss. The window graphics will be treated with a perforated vinyl with dots as people look into the old period through gaps.
All exhibition furniture and fixtures were inspired and designed from symbols, such as the pink triangle, shown proudly, a symbol of gay people and ribbon for the AIDS survivors. Finally, the last motif is a rainbow with the colors in the 80s as a reminder of the ongoing history of survival, fights for the rights, and supports the LGBTQ community.