This is an exhibition that through the use of a three-room structure educates patrons on the growing issue of incels (a portmanteau word meaning “involuntary celibates”) and then humanises the group to allow the patrons to have a better understanding of the group’s workings and the pain/pressure which these hurt and damaged individuals are going through. This has the purpose of opening a better and less hateful dialogue about how to best tackle the group in the future. By humanising the individuals of the incel movement this will allow the group to be more approachable when it does come to the careful task of decentralising and helping the members move away from the ideology. As the patrons better understand the group, their pressures and their own similarities it will help the group by starting to pull away from the fringes and into a brighter spotlight in which being a sexless heterosexual male becomes less stigmatised.
So if you want to understand incels, and in particular if you want to understand why their community produces so many mass murders, you have to understand that black pill is more than the dogma that you can't get laid. It's also the dogma that because you can't get laid, you can never be happy. - Natalie Wynn