Books, films, music, and works of art have been suppressed, altered, expurgated, bleeped, blackened, cut, burned, or bowdlerized. Writers and artists have been imprisoned, fined, fired, or silenced. Wearing many masks, censorship has appeared in our living rooms under the names “national security,” “classification,” and “selective inclusion.” […]This exhibition hopes not so much to judge censors and censorship but instead to provoke questions.
Unfortunately there are some missing pages. Was the censorship?