The people at documenta fifteen, ruruHaus and within the networks of lumbung and CAMP notes on education want to provide a space where freedom of non-discriminatory expression is upheld, and everyone’s uniqueness is recognized. We do not respect ideologies, discrimination and other attitudes that restrict, offend, or violate the identity of individuals or groups.
Collaboration, communication, and partnership, and respect for diverse cultural and artistic heritage are key values for documenta fifteen. When coming together these values must be respected by everyone and exclusions can not take place. The behavior of all people involved must not jeopardize the freedom of development and individual expression of others, neither in word nor in action. This also includes comments which harass people based on their gender, age, appearance, abilities, sexual orientation, social background, ethnicity, religion, or non-religion, etc.
Our claim is to follow the value of sustainability in all our approaches, both in terms of social aspects and the environmental issues.
The ethical use of data and support for alternative ecologies and open source are bases for action.