Testimonies of Change
Testimonies of Change documents the joint efforts of eight KABK students of the Non-Linear Narrative master program with six independent human rights activists.
Students of the Royal Academy of Arts (KABK) master Non Linear Narrative are hosting an exhibition platform and a series of panel discussions focusing on 21st century practices of social justice informed by postcolonial perspectives.
The related events focus on the lived experiences of six independent human rights activists, who have been campaigning against climate change, and for LGBTQI+ and women’s rights in Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Niger and Tunisia.
The exhibition features works by Non Linear Narrative master students:
- Alessandro Caccuri (Italy)
- Marta Cuccurullo (Italy)
- Mirna Jancic Doyle (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- Kai Jiao (China)
- Anna Kaperska (Bulgaria)
- Michela Meliddo (Italy)
- Nigel van der Pol (The Netherlands)
- Guillaume Lelong (France)
They worked conjointly with independent human rights activists:
- Brian Kiss Gess Fanfan Abraham (Zambia)
- Saber Ammar (Tunisia)
- Linda Reanate Baumann (Namibia)
- Friedel Laurentius Dausab (Namibia)
- Rahinatou Moussa Souna (Niger)
- Teddy Munyimani (Zimbabwe)
The exhibit can be visited from 12/04 to 15/04, from 17.00 until 23.00
- 18.30: Opening of the exhibition
- 18.00–21.00 Panel Discussion: Future Visions on Women’s Rights and Intersectionality Activism
- 19.30–02.00 Closing
The Grey Space opens at 17.00.
The exhibition is free to enter.
Non-Linear Narrative is a master program at the Royal Academy of Arts (KABK) that merges investigative methods of journalism and forensics with processing technologies of computer science and visual arts into a contemporary, progressive design approach.