Every week, another funeral. Gravesides. Scattered ashes. An act of love, suddenly a conduit to fear and disease. In 1992, a record number of New Zealanders died of Aids. Artists responded. Implicated and Immune at Auckland's Fisher Gallery (now Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts) was a group exhibition praised for its "initiative, courage and commitment". This month, that show has its second incarnation. At a time when fewer people are dying of the disease but more are contracting it, artists are again responding. A who's who of the arts world - including some from that 1992 exhibition - have contributed to the exhibition that opened on Wednesday at Auckland's Michael Lett Gallery.