Gregg Bordowitz was part of the collective that produced Testing the Limits: NYC (Testing the Limits Collective, 1987). He was central to the founding of the Testing the Limits Collective. He worked with the Gay Men’s Health Crisis and Jean Carlomusto to produce Living with AIDS, a cable tv show that ran from 1988 – 1994, and cofounded with others, DIVA (Damned Interfering Video Activists) TV, which partnered with ACT UP to document protests and actions as an alternative to the depictions in the mainstream media. His film Fast Trip, Long Drop (1993) has been widely screened and is distributed by Video Data Bank. His book General Idea: Imagevirus (The AIDS Project) analyzes the Canadian collective’s work at the intersection of art and activism in light of his own experiences.