The narrators are inhabitants of the Congolese capital Kinshasa, citizens of Antwerp and people with a connection to the city by the Scheldt. The MAS engages in a dialogue with them about the various meanings of the Congolese collection, and the importance of a plurality of voices. They consider the highlights from different angles. The objects raise numerous questions. What do they mean? What feelings do they evoke? Where do they belong?
- From 3/10/2020 to 13/09/2021
- Continuous screening of the film during museum opening hours
- Free entrance
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This is a project of the Belgian-Congolese film collective Faire-Part.