One Hundred Hollow Men was a public intervention piece that responded to the relationship between HIV/AIDS and masculinity. In order to do this two devices were employed, namely medical statistics and object-mass.
The objects themselves were wax casts of four basic figures modelled after icons used in male restroom signage. These were in turn cast in four different. The figures related in no way to the statistic and, instead, buried the latter in their anonymous mass.
The piece was installed in three different settings, namely a foyer outside a university library, a seminar room at the Baxter Theatre, and finally in the lobby of another university library.
Imagery of the piece was used for a university conference on masculinities and HIV/AIDS. More information is available at the following website: