ABQ Journal - "‘Because it’s time’: Exhibit explores the ways race, gender, sexual orientation play roles in our lives"

Gurule and the curatorial team focused the exhibition on race and place, yet put attention on the intersectional reality of who we are and how we experience the world.

She says that as an idea and term, “intersectionality” helps us to account for the ways that race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, class, ability, nationality, religion, citizenship status – all have a part in the ways we are able to thrive in our humanity.

“Intersectionality is a tool for understanding the many factors that make up who we are and how we experience discrimination and/or privilege,” she says in the exhibit introduction. “It is a useful idea for unpacking the complexity of the artworks in this exhibition.”

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