When do I use my "marginalized" identities to recreate the same patterns and harm that the agent group would?
"oppression olympics", additive idea of privilege
Thinking about the ease with which i accept blanket statements linking biology and social constructs, esp from family
"what prevents you from trusting others?"
"what prevents you from trusting yourself?"
“You know by walking together, we begin to create a little world too. A relationship. Do you feel any responsibility to be a part of that? You can’t possibly only live in Bikey’s World.”
"How can we give power back to communities when they give us as designers so much of it? What are more ways of effectively doing this?"
"How do we learn from failures like these when there are real consequences to them?"
"if you can own your longing in the same way that you own the beauty of that blue that can never be possessed?"
How do you understand the role of power, autonomy and ownership in graphic design? What are some of the power dynamics contemporary graphic design unconsciously perpetuates?
How do we tackle aesthetic taste? Since taste is an instrument of stratification, it inherently creates inequality: You can’t have “good taste” without “bad taste.” Are there ways to talk about that more openly?
How can graphic design be more receptive to alternative models of ownership and class-consciousness?