In this work, Bahamian-born artist Tavares Strachan offers a seemingly concrete and affirmative declaration that, upon closer reflection, is abstract and fluid. As Strachan recently stated, “As humans, we all struggle with how we fit in and belong. . . . Who gets to determine who belongs where? And where is here? And why does it matter?” Any change to the location or context of this work changes who “you” might be and where “here” is, bringing new nuances to the phrase. The welcoming tone struck by this phrase insinuates that perhaps many of us haven’t always felt included. “I wanted to make a work that everyone can own—one that everyone can have. . . . Because as soon as you read it, you say, ‘I belong here,’ and you do belong.”