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This essay takes "Projekt Migration" as point of departure and as a model-an exhibition on the history of labor migration to Germany and on European border politics, which contained both everyday life objects and art works. It concentrates on the materiality of the objects on display and challenges contemporary history scholars' and public historians' approaches, which rely primarily on artifacts, such as documents and objects of daily use, when they represent migration processes andfatcat:s4jyi45nabc5xbjqk454pxta7i