Anthropology For Kids describes essential aspects of human life in simple terms. The project uses examples from a wide spectrum of different cultures, it researches the existential and universal question of what it means to be human – as a child and as an adult – in order to explore the diversity of how people live globally and throughout history. In a language that is understandable and eligible for everyone it subverts the habitual perception of our lives towards a reconsideration of our social beliefs and habits.
Produced for the exhibition Everything we see could also be otherwise (My sweet little lamb) 2017
Curated by What, How & for Whom/WHW and Kathrin Rhomberg, in collaboration with Emily Pethick
Nika Dubrovsky’s practice works from visual arts, journalism, internet culture and publishing. Her critical position
on education policies has led to the development and publishing of workbooks for children. in 2009 she initiated the project Anthropology for Kids.
Supported by Fondation de France, Neue Auftraggeber Germany, ERSTE foundation, ERSTE Group Bank AG, Arts Council England,
Austrian Cultural Forum London, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia.