WHY SHOULDN’T WE TALK ABOUT THESE THINGS AT THE TABLE?
A Community Based Conversation with South Florida Artists
Artists in Exhibition: Harumi Abe, John Bailly, Randy Burman, Lou Anne Colodny, Morel Douchet, Todd Lim, Peggy Nolan, Marielle Plaisir, Sri Prabha, Sandra Ramos, Lisa Rockford, Sarah Michele Rupert, Onajide Shabaka, Michelle Weinberg
There are unspoken rules within society that are tacitly governing our everyday actions and conversations. Emily Post published the earliest of these “How To’s” in her 1922 book, Etiquette: The Blue Book of Social Usage. Why shouldn’t we talk about these things at the table?: A Community Based Conversation with South Florida Artists, is an exhibition that considers the rule from Post that there are certain topics which should not be brought up at the dinner table such as money, politics or religion.