Anthropology is the ‘science of humanity ‘studying past and present, in order to comprehend to the specific that cultures across the history of humans entail. It has origins in the humanities, the natural sciences, and the social sciences. The term ‘anthropology’ is from the Greek (anthrōpos) ‘man’ understood to the meaning mankind or humanity. Cultural anthropology helps in bridging social and cultural discrepancies and distances hence making people represent themselves in their own ways.
In expressions of using ‘Anthropology’ has our exhibition title congregates the different perceptions of the ‘Human Figure’ for the most part, practitioners who study anthropology perceive the subject as universal, and interpret to culture as the most essential concept of studying humankind. While many social sciences deal with the present and future of civilizations, anthropology sheds light on the life of human population from the present to zillions of years ago. All in all, it wouldn’t be wrong to state that anthropology seeks to represent how a single segment of the human cultural system associates.