This term from the Bantu languages of Southern Africa refers to a humanist philosophy based on the idea of the interdependence of the links between all beings. It could be glossed as follows: “I am because we are.” This notion is not specific to the African continent. The philosophy has spread throughout the world and founded dreams of collective emancipation and solidarity from the dark periods of the Atlantic slave trade to liberation movements, from post-colonial experiences to contemporary uprisings. This notion can also be found around Bili Bidjocka’s table, in Turiya Magdalela’s tunnels of sewn-together tights, or in Sabelo Mlangeni’s shelter for LGBTQI people. Ubuntu’s specific being-together emerges in the exhibition, more as an experience for the visitor than as a notion to be analysed.