(In)Human is a current exhibition I stumbled upon at the Living History Forum while visiting Stockholm. What caught my eye intially, was a white room filled with white furniture of all kinds. There was an interesting system utilizing cards for the site and hearing impaired. For instance, placing a card with an icon of an ear, over parts of the exhibit would provide an auditory version of the information. It deals with race biology, racial hygiene, and Swedish connections to this during early 20th century.
Together with the Living History Forum, the Ethnographic Museum aims to shed light on some of the darker sides of recent Swedish history featuring how researchers and explorers in the late 1800s and early 1900s deliberately desecrated graves and stole the remains of indigenous people.