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South African Family Stories: Reflections on an Experiment in Exhibition Making (Bulletins of the Royal Tropical Institute) epub ebook

by Ciraj Rassool,Leslie Witz,Paul Faber

South African Family Stories: Reflections on an Experiment in Exhibition Making (Bulletins of the Royal Tropical Institute) epub ebook

Author: Ciraj Rassool,Leslie Witz,Paul Faber
Category: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: KIT Publishers (April 28, 2008)
Pages: 80 pages
ISBN: 9068324926
ISBN13: 978-9068324921
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South African Family Stories book.

South African Family Stories book. South African Family Stories: Reflections on an Experiment in Exhibition Making. As with many of the Royal Bulletins, each contribution provides stimulating ideas on a broad range of questions concerning exhibition development, covering presentation, self presentation, identity, multiculturalism and dealing with apartheid experiences in the contemporary museum context.

It does so in the context of collecting and exhibitionary histories at the Tropenmuseum and its recent attempts to reframe its ethnographic legacies.

It is owned and operated by the Royal Tropical Institute, a foundation that sponsors the study of tropical cultures around the world. Following the independence of Indonesia in 1945, the scope of the museum changed from just the colonial possessions of the Netherlands, to that of many undeveloped colonial states in South America, Africa, and Asia; later the scope of the collections was widened to more social issues such as poverty and hunger. Overview of the partnership. South African family stories - Reflections on an experiment in exhibition making, Bulletins of the Royal Tropical Institute

South African Family Stories Reflections on an Experiment in Exhibition Making (Bulletins of the Royal Tropical Institute).

South African Family Stories Reflections on an Experiment in Exhibition Making (Bulletins of the Royal Tropical Institute). Bulletin - Royal Tropical Institute. Tropenmuseum curator Paul Faber looks back at the making of the exhibition, and Ciraj Rassool and Leslie Witz, Cape Town, discuss the resulting exhibition in the Netherlands.

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This fascinating Bulletin reviews the special exhibition "Family Stories from South Africa", which opened in 2002 in the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, and was shown in the National Cultural History Museum in Pretoria between 2003 and 2007. South African artists, photographers, designers and researchers worked with nine families to create this imaginative presentation.Tropenmuseum curator Paul Faber looks back at the making of the exhibition, and Ciraj Rassool and Leslie Witz, Cape Town, discuss the resulting exhibition in the Netherlands. Reviews and reactions to the exhibition in Pretoria are included. As with many of the Royal Bulletins, each contribution provides stimulating ideas on a broad range of questions concerning exhibition development, covering presentation, self presentation, identity, multiculturalism and dealing with apartheid experiences in the contemporary museum context.
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