How is history being produced? What is written, what is said and what is physically preserved? Can history be taught as a single coherent narrative or a series of competing narratives? Should history be constructed by artists or written by philosophers as Benedetto Croce views it? The project 100 Ways to Relate to History consists of six works under the overall title 100 Ways To Relate To History. The work draws parallels to the processes of historical practice and explores historiography by questioning the human’s production of and interaction with history on a meta-level.