By: Joe Orzal, AV Manager
“It is not our role to speak to the people about our own view of the world, nor to attempt to impose that view on them, but rather to dialogue with the people about their view and ours. We must realize that their view of the world, manifested variously in their action, reflects their situation in the world.” -Paolo Freire
Free of mediation or narration, Question Bridge: Black Males uses true dialogical practice as an educational medium that allows both the viewer and the participants to engage their curiosity and experience. As an employee and a DC native, I’m proud that the Corcoran chose to install this exhibition and push for community gatherings as a reflection of its spirit. True to the nature of Question Bridge, the Blueprint Roundtable Discussion held at THEARC consisted of an honest, straightforward dialogue absent of media mediated euphemisms commonly used to define the Black experience. The end result was
an enlightening discussion of
the life-affirming humanization that is so often needed in an era of colorblind idealization, especially in a city wrapped in complex racial and economic tension.
Question Bridge is on view at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and THEARC until until February 16, 2014. To join the discussion, come join the Corcoran College’s
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SPECTRUM student group for a panel discussion this Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at 7 p.m. (RSVP here).