This is the Hand and Foot, an installation art by German Artist Raffael Rheinsberg, that serves as a visual archive of human suffering under the Third Reich. It can be found at the Germansiches Nationalmuseum in Nürnberg, Germany.
Entering this part of the museum was eerie. The air smelled pungent and greasy, as if you can feel the suffering of those who have lived during those times. The worn-out and shabby gloves and shoes once belonged to those who were forced into labor. This is indeed such grim reminder that tells us to be watchful and vigilant for this to never happen again.
The artist collected these at the deserted Anhalter Bahnhof train station, located in "no-man's land" near the Berlin Wall. Barracks for forced laborers stood near the train station during the Third Reich.