razor wire curls across a green/blue background in a video still from Kathering Cheairs' documentary on women's prisons and the AIDS epidemic
Katherine Cheairs's experimental documentary "Voices at the Gate" juxtaposes the bucolic landscapes inhabited by women’s prisons with archival and contemporary audio recordings of poems, essays and interviews by current and formerly incarcerated women of color living with HIV and AIDS. | Katherine Cheairs, "Voices at the Gate", video still, 2021. Color video with sound. Courtesy the artist and Visual AIDS.