In recent years, the idea of inclusion has been gaining momentum in Russia in various fields of activity. In the past, this term was only socially directed, and now inclusion means both inclusion of disabled people in the society and a new trend in arts. The speakers will try to find out the common public dynamics related to this topic through the prism of their own attitude to inclusion. They will honestly answer questions as to why inclusion is required, about its principles and if it is possible to expand it (or not) to all fields of life and communication ways even in the neuro-homogeneous society.
Round Table Discussion
I See You — Inclusive New World
13:00 — 15:00
House of Radio, Second studio 27 Italiyanskaya st., St. Petersburg
Dimitri OzerkovArt critic, head of the Department of Contemporary Art, head of the Hermitage 20/21 project, curator of French engravings of the 15th–18th centuries. Russia
Tatiana MikoniPartner of the practice of private clients, S&K Vertical Advocate Bureau. Russia