YAHAnet (Youth, the Arts, HIV & AIDS NETwork) ran an interactive booth in the Global Village of the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012). 313 photos of visitors’ hands were printed off and attached to clotheslines around the booth, with handwritten messages on the photos declaring what is needed to “take the LEAD to get to zero”. Because that is the message: ‘making Aids and HIV history’. For making the project accessible for everybody they just launched a virtual exhibition with all the 313 photo’s. You can download and view the art work here.