A museum in transition
All of the museum objects are unique in their history and have reached the GRASSI Museum of Ethnology in Leipzig in Saxony in a variety of ways. They tell not only of distant rituals or religions, but also of colonial wars, conflicts, encounters, of voids that have arisen or of ourselves. In the coming months we will use WERKSTATT PROLOG to convey and discuss questions about identity, racism, alienation, the biographies of objects, the history of the collection, the handling of human remains, North-South relations, global inequality and restitution. Active participation is welcome!