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It’s not as simple as bringing more black and brown people into the museum, but asking why we weren’t there in the first place? There could definitely be more but there are no shortage of inventive Black art workers, artists, and community cultural production - We deserve more than assimilating into the current museum-industrial complex. Rather, after decades worth of violence, erasure, and being embedded in colonialism, this future is one where the museum has de-centralized by redistributing funding into those alternatives contextually relevant models - Let’s get into that - the how, why, and what other possibilities exist.
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Ja'Tovia Gary, Citational Ethics (Saidiya Hartman, 2017), 2020, neon, glass, wire, metal, 47 x 47 x 6 in.