Museum of Nonhumanity will open its doors in two locations in Europe in the summer of 2017.
The Museum will be open as part of Momentum Biennale, Norway, 16.6. – 11.10. 2017. Momentum Biennale is one of Scandinavia’s most well known contemporary art events. The biennal
Laura Gustafsson’s third novel Korpisoturi takes place in close future where the structures of human civilisation start to crumble. The book is available in Finnish from Into Publishing and also sold at the bookshop of Museum of Nonhumanity through September.
New series of work under the title Embrace Your Empathy will be a prelude to History of Other’s new project Museum of Non-Humanity. The museum focuses on the history of dehumanization and will open in the Suvilahti area’s – where Flow is also held – Tiivistämö building starting Se
A new temporary museum is to open in Helsinki in September. The museum will present the history of the distinction between humans and other animals, and the way that this imaginary boundary has been used to oppress human and nonhuman beings. Elements of dehumanization are seen toda
New series of work under the title Embrace Your Empathy! will be a prelude to History of Other’s new project Museum of Non-Humanity. The museum focuses on the history of dehumanization and will open in the Suvilahti area’s – where Flow is also held – Tiivistämö building start
The Museum of the History of Cattle premiered abroad in the end of October 2015. The project is displayed in ZKM, the center for art and mediatechnology in Karlsruhe, Germany. History of Others’ work is part of the huge exhibition Exo-Evolution that exhibits pieces f
A lecture by Terike Haapoja in ZKM Tribunal against the crimes of the 20th century. The lecture discusses non-human legal personhood, the history of other species and dehumanisation. 45min + discussion.
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History According to Cattle Edited by: Laura Gustafsson, Terike Haapoja Publishers: Into Publishing, punctum books, History of Others
The world history is written by winners: humans. Still, history includes a multiplicity of agents and processes: other animals, natural f