The History of Domestication of Mammals
The theme of the exhibition “Close but From a Far-Away World. The History of Domestication of Mammals” is the little-known history of the domestication of mammals. The process started approximately 40,000 years ago when people made their first attempts to domesticate wolves, the ancestors of today’s dogs. We get familiar with the origin and history of animals, such as dog, cat, horse, sheep, goat, cow and pig. We learn about the times, places and ways of domestication of these wild species. We will also see the routes by which they arrived in Europe, already as breeding animals.
This is the first such exhibition in the history of museology and of the art of exhibition in Poland, so we are pleased to be the designers of the project of it.
Space: 620 sq m.
Project team: Kinga Duda, Rafał Krzemiński, Dawid Nguyen Anh, Grzegorz Wilk.