In the sixties and seventies hundreds of thousands Eastern Europeans fled to the other side of the Iron Curtain for political reasons. When the Berlin Wall fell a new era began, with promises of prosperity and democracy. Nowadays, Eastern Europeans do not leave their countries as fugitives, but as migrant workers.
What has changed and what stayed the same? The pop-up museum Exit-Entry shows the objects refugees and migrant workers took with them when they left their countries. The museum is part of the Iron Curtain Project.