The cultural heritage is most often described as something universal. Something that belongs to everyone. But access to heritage is by no means a given and the universalism often fails to escape Eurocentric power structures. Using contemporary art as a starting point, the projects seeks to connect the global claims of cultural heritage with the situated knowledge that exists in the specific localities of Tensta (Sweden), Malmö (Sweden) and Amman (Jordan).
Michael Rakowitz “The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist (Room G)”
Mohammad and Mahera Abu Ghazaleh Foundation