Book Release | “Extinction: A Radical History” by Ashley Dawson

Extinction A Radical History ASHLEY DAWSON ABOUT THE BOOK: Some thousands of years ago, the world was home to an immense variety of large mammals. From wooly mammoths and saber-toothed tigers to giant ground sloths and armadillos the size of automobiles, these spectacular creatures roamed freely. Then human beings arrived. Devouring their way down the … More Book Release | “Extinction: A Radical History” by Ashley Dawson

The Anthropocene in Museums: Reflections, Projections and Imaginings Deutsches Museum, Munich

By Diane Erceg How might museums reframe themes and stories to bring the Anthropocene into focus? How might we create relational museums that foster collaborative forms of communication? How might we design exhibits that invite museum visitors to understand themselves in new ways in relation to material and social worlds? These were some of the … More The Anthropocene in Museums: Reflections, Projections and Imaginings Deutsches Museum, Munich