The Museum Incognita revisits neglected, concealed, or obscured histories, activates embodied readings, and archives ephemeral artworks and practices. Founded on an indigenous custodial ethic, the infrastructure enfolds performative encounters and a nomadic sculptural architecture, with gathering vessels, botanical furnishings, auditory texts, and tactile mnemonics for oral storytelling.

The Museum Incognita is a collaborative project of Fayen d'Evie and Katie West, a Yindjibarndi artist focused on the renewal of human connections with and within the more-than-human world.