POEM Fellow Asnath Paula Kambunga was featured with her exhibition in Windhoek by the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC). The exhibition focuses on youth’s everyday experiences of postcolonialism and was co-created with young people in Namibia who also identify as ‘bornfrees’ – a term used to refer to people born after Namibian independence in 1990. You can watch the full video here.
TV Interview on the Launch of the Project Exhibition “Post-Colonial Narratives of Born-Frees” by Asnath Paula Kambunga in Windhoek/Namibia
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