“Inclusion is not bringing people into what already exists; it is making a new space, a better space for everyone.” - George Dei (2006)
“If they don't give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.” ― Shirley Chisholm
“Diversity doesn't look like anyone. it looks like everyone.” ― Karen Draper
"And art is generosity, it's not about getting...
it's much, much stronger to give than it is to get."
- Richard Tuttle (Village V, 2023)
“At a time of global disorder, the role, the voice and the responsibility of the artist are more crucial than ever before within the framework of contemporary debates.” - Christine Macel
(Curator of Venice Biennale 2017, chief curator Pompidou Center, Paris)
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Inclusion in its broadest sense, is about embracing an intersectional approach to diversity and acknowledging our interconnectedness. Everything is connected and contributes to the whole. Interconnectedness is a philosophical and spiritual idea that refers to the connection of all things — from our personal multi-faceted experiences, to nature, to the universe.