The exhibition Darwin: Origens e Evolução features the English biologist’s trajectory, contextualizing the species evolution’s theory elaboration process. The exhibition tells this story based on 332 pieces from natural history collections, artworks, creative installations and an immersive environment with soundtracks and pieces created especially for the show. Curated by estúdio M’Baraká, the exhibition remains on view until December 30, 2021.

The artist Tiago Sant’Ana participates with his work Cana Coluna, in which make plaster copies of sugarcane as a tactic to fossilize this organic material. “Metaphorically, making sugarcane eternal would not allow us to forget and erase from history the memories of plantations and their consequences in Brazilian social structures”, comments the artist.

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