AA Bronson is an artist, curator and educator living and working in Berlin and New York. A pioneer of collaborative and queer visual art practice, he is the sole surviving member of General Idea (1969–94), the artists’ group formed with Felix Partz and Jorge Zontal. They were known for their unrelenting production of low-cost multiples and their early involvement in punk, queer theory and AIDS activism. AA Bronson focuses on the politics of decision-making and on living life radically. Much of his recent work engages spirituality and healing, showing elements from various religions such as Tibetan Buddhism and Shamanism to Ceremonial Magic and Santeria. In particular AA Bronson is known for his performance series Invocation of the Queer Spirits, which he first contrived in resistance to the New York commercial gallery scene. These allow no audience and no documentation, and nothing is for sale.