How can artists in the Global South contribute to the process of retracing the path towards a fading and sometimes seemingly forgotten past, thereby articulating and redefining the region’s cultural, political, social and economic vision?
It was considered the pearl of science during German colonial rule: the Amani Biological-Agricultural Research Centre in Tanzania. Joint German-Tanzanian exhibitions are currently exploring the flagship-project from an ethnological and artistic point of view.
International experts are jointly developing Africa's museums of the future: the aim is a critical redefinition of current forms of exhibition and presentations, which have been characterized by colonial thinking.
The series of events critically questions German-African relations. The focus is on the discourse on the so-called developing countries as a continuation of Eurocentric colonial thinking on superiority.