Exhibitions

Lamas Dhundup Gurung Ngawang Tashi Gurung from  Pema Ts’al Monastic Institute  admire the Buddha and Sixteen Arhats Mandala they helped make for The Museum of Impermanence Exhibition, at Moesgaard Museum in February 2019. (Photograph by Sarah Schorr)

Lamas Dhundup Gurung Ngawang Tashi Gurung from Pema Ts’al Monastic Institute admire the Buddha and Sixteen Arhats Mandala they helped make for The Museum of Impermanence Exhibition, at Moesgaard Museum in February 2019. (Photograph by Sarah Schorr)

 
 

Exhibition as collaborative and experimental method

The Precious Relics Project includes four collaborative exhibitions in Nepal, India, Denmark, and Papua New Guinea:

A Divine Visit. Encounters with the Past

The Value and Impermanence of Tibetan Culture

The Museum of Impermanence

Forthcoming

Our exhibitions serve as experiments to test hypotheses of the value of past ethnographic collections and to generate new artefacts.