THE ABSENT MUSEUM was born in 2012 out of an understanding that historically there has been a lack of critical conversations in the contemporary institution context centering on community organizing and social practices with topics focusing predominantly on marginalized feminist practices, social activism and grassroots philanthropic actions.

Considered in a space of post-marxist thought and under an undeniable threat of absolute power that takes the forms of fascism, racism, sexism and misogyny, THE ABSENT MUSEUM seeks to make visible actions of those individuals, collectives, communities and organizations that utilize models and structures of sustainable and shared economies, collaboration and kinship, and ethics of care.

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