The Project is 3D Sculpting for an imaginary Platz in Berlin Published
As the history of black people in the history of the world, black german's history is Germany's history. We could bring down the statue and a memorial commemorating colonial legacy. Still, to proceed with the mission, we have to claim these public spaces to represent the actual history of the people e who lived the experience of racism and colonialism with their bodies. After all, they managed to deliver a great amount of knowledge to us despite the pain they have gone through.This work is claiming an imaginary space for Theodor Wonja Michael (15 January 1925 – 19 October 2019) was a black German journalist and actor and a prominent speaker on living as a prisoner in Nazi forced labor camps during World War II.


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