PART I. LOOKING. iLeila Koivunen/i, The Wealth of the Dark Continent. Representations of African objects in the illustrations of European travel literature; iBerit Nordman/i, Decorated Bodies as icons of Tradition and Primitivism. Papua New Guinea Highlands adornment and its representations; iSalla Kokkonen/i, From Ritual to Performance Art. South Indian powder painting ritual and performance art as performances; iHenri Schildt/i, Space as Microcosm. Four traditional Brahmin houses in North-Malabar, South India; iElina Sorainen/i, Thousands of Years of Memory in a Clay Pot. A ceramics village in Sistän-Baluchistan, Iran; iVirpi Huhtala/i, The Representation of Dionysos in Egyptian Textiles since Late Antiquity; PART II. REMEMBERING. iMinna Törmä/i, Looking at Chinese Landscape Painting. Traditions of spatial presentation; iAnna Kortelainen/i, Japan and Eros – Axel Gallens Icons of Youth; iHarri Kalha/i, Skin-Deep Beauties: Race, Gender and Aesthetics; iAnne Aurasmaa/i, What to Remember, or Not to Remember. Of scientific exhibitions and other cultural displays.