6.12.2018 – 27.01.2019
Ovizire • Somgu:
From Where Do We Speak? 

We Shall Not Be Moved by Vitjitua Ndjiharine, 2018

The exhibition presents performances, multimedia video installations, photo collages and historical photographs, which focus on the complexities of German-Namibian entangled histories.

With the museum’s existing photo library, which was collected during the German colonial era in Namibia, the artists Vitjitua Ndjiharine, Nicola Brandt, Nashilongweshipwe Mushaandja and historian Ulrike Peters will discuss different viewpoints of the dark side and the continuity of colonial history. Together they will question the colonial view, genocide and the many voices of commemorative culture.

Indifference by Nicola Brandt, 2014
The Dance of the Rubbertree by Nashilongweshipwe Mushaandja, 2018
The Past is not Buried by Isabel Tueumuna, 2018

The exhibitions are curated by Bisrat Negassi and Johanna Wild. This is a collaboration between the University of Hamburg, Professor Dr. Jürgen Zimmerer and MARKK, with the support of the Gerda-Henkel Foundation. The exhibition is displayed at MARKK and M.Bassy (Schlüterstraße 80) and funded by Elbkulturfonds from the Ministry of Culture and Media.

Opening event: Tuesday 4 December 2018, 18:00 at MARKK and from 20:00 at M.Bassy with a performance by Mushaanja

Artist Talks: Friday 7 December 2018, 19:00 at M.Bassy
Performance talk: Sunday 9 December 2018, 15:00
(We are sorry, both events are fully booked)

Finissage: 24.01.2019, from 8 pm at M.Bassy

Please reserve at:

24.01.2019, 18.00 Sreening at Markk: "ReMIX. Africa in Translation: Namibia" by Nadja Ofuatey-Alazard and Nicolas Grange.

Finissage with Nadja Ofuatey-Alazard. 24.01.2019, from 8 pm at M.Bassy.

The Markk shows the exhibition until the 14. 4. 2019.
Museum am Rothenbaum, MARKK