LOOK! –
  or what does 
  inclusion 
  actually begin 
  with?
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The encounter with a mentally handicapped person is unsettling, irritating and alien to most people who have little contact with this group of people. On the other hand, the concept of the inclusion of disabled people is in the realm of political and social debate. What does inclusion begin with, if not encounter? A moving exhibition by the initiator Caritas Stuttgart with texts from the writing workshop and impressive photographs by Thomas Wagner.

PHOTOS | miketraffic photography

EXHIBITION | house of catholic churchhospital reutlingen
PRESS | stuttgart news | sozial association
PHOTOS OF PRINTS | jasmin gronbach 
If we look, we can learn 
something from each other. 
Looking at each other feels good 
and brings us to other thoughts. 
The eyes say a lot and you can see 
how other people feel.
I have a friend. 
He gives me warmth inside. 
He takes me just as I am.
Strangers stare at me. 
That makes me sad. 
They only see the outside. 
They do not really see me.
He looks at me and thinks 
I'm disabled and can't do anything. 
He's right. 
I have a mental disability. 
Sometimes I can't handle it.
PHOTOS OF EXHIBITION  | miketraffic photography
If we look, we can learn 
something from each other. 
Looking at each other feels good 
and brings us to other thoughts. 
The eyes say a lot and you can see 
how other people feel.
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