Intersectional approaches look at the majority society from the political and social margins. They tell of exclusion processes, but also other horizons. In the process, the invisible becomes visible and the unheard of is voiced. The key word here is emancipation. Around the world, Ni una menos, Christopher Street Day and Black Lives Matter show this very emphatically.
Emancipation is a thread running through the programs of Cultural Education. Live and on site, the multi-perspective Art Dialogues team regularly narrates exhibitions from perspectives that are socially ignored. Civil Society 4.0 as well as Reading Bodies! and New Experts take up perspectives from the sidelines, formulated by people who often have the experience of being too young, too foreign or altogether too different to really be heard.
Whether in school partnerships, festivals, conferences or educational programs, our aim is always to engage with the expertise of the many in order to be able to understand our complex world in a different way, to expand horizons and to overcome diverse cultural and social border regimes.