‘Profusion in Museums – A Report on Contemporary Collecting and Disposal’ by Harald Fredheim, Sharon Macdonald and Jennie Morgan is now available! To read online or to get a printed copy, click here. Or, click here to download the PDF file directly. CARMAH wishes a good read!
The TRACES project ‘DEAD IMAGES’ is part of the exhibition ‘The Dead, as far as [ ] can remember’. It runs from 9 November 2018 until 19 January 2019 at the Tieranatomisches Theater.
Feel invited to have a look at our Reflections page where you’ll find first reactions on the ‘Restitution Report‘ (Margareta von Oswald); read about the emerging subject of provenance in the Multaka-guided tours at the Pergamon Museum (Rikke Gram); and see a step in the process of Decolonising Berlin’s Streets (Duane Jethro).
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What pasts to make in the present for the future? Sharon Macdonald‘s paper ‘Heritage Traces, Differences, and Futures: New Research Approaches to Heritage and Society‘ centers projects of heritage in the making and their social side-lining, but also their potential to resuscitate what is forgotten. Read more here.