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How do we create contexts to learn with displaced heritage, its history and meanings? To discuss these issues, we will present the Maloca Museum project. This project aims to promote processes of re-appropriation of artifacts and images assembled in the Upper Rio Negro (Brazilian Amazon) and currently kept by the Ethnological Museum of Berlin. These collections range from items produced more than one century ago to contemporary artistic works. As an itinerant installation, the Maloca Museum will land in different parts of the Rio Negro, creating an assembly space for listening to the meanings and practices inspire by the contact with these artifacts and images. From this initial contact, the project foresees a second stage, marked by collaborative design to establish a protocol for the future of these displaced beings along with local artists and political leaders. The Maloca Museum is the first node, a newly emerging local residency format of 99 Questions.


Partner: Ethnologisches Museum



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