GJ Media: Artur-Alexandr Pecherichenko


The essay focuses on the critical re-examination of the concept of ‘inclusion’. By drawing upon the works of Nicolas Bourriaud, Claire Bishop, Bruno Latour, and Jacques Rancière, the author challenges both the dichotomy of an involved/uninvolved audience and the classical for the post-colonial discourse focus on the maximum involvement of different groups in creating and consuming art. The main message of this work is that attempts to make art more inclusive or to find the ‘right’ inclusion are highly controversial.