Art is the common language to bring differences together. In the “common space” of the museum – by definition, a protected environment –all potentially excluded publics find acceptance and the possibility of engaging in experiences of narration in the presence of the regular museum public. This is how the museum fits positively into the difficult path of integration of the so-called “nonpublic”, making itself the interpreter of a profound need: to escape the conditions of marginality and isolation and to seek an identity through participation in cultural life.

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