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FHXB Friedrichshain–Kreuzberg Museum

Exhibiting local community memories by Martin Düsphol

Collecting and displaying transient memories of migration in Kreuzberg, Berlin


Martin Düsphol discusses approaches to collecting and displaying transient memories of various generations of migrats in Kreuzberg, Berlin

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