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Framer Framed

Burning Museum, Cnr Station Street and Victoria Road, Wood Stock, Cape Town.

25 Jun 2015 – 20:00

Burning Museum: Addressing the headquarters

Starts
20:00 hrs

Location
Framer Framed at the Tolhuistuin
IJpromenade 2
1031 CC Amsterdam

Route
Framer Framed at Tolhuistuin can be reached from Amsterdam Centraal Station with the ferry ‘Buiksloterweg’. The exhibition space is located on the first floor, next to restaurant THT.


Cut, snip, paste, shred, stick! Armed with Stanley knifes, posters, paper and glue the Burning Museum brings local histories to the streets of Cape Town. Tanzeem Wentzel, Jarret Erasmus and Justin Dave, three members of the Burning Museum collective will give a presentation on their interventions on the walls of the colonial center of Cape Town.

“Hoe plak ek die gate van my siel toe?
Die plakkers plak linoleum teen die harde sememt vloere, teen die mure… in die hoop dat ‘n lewe, ‘n leefstyl weer aanmekar geplak kan word.”

Burning Museum
This event is organized in corporation with gerilja/kurating and Burning Museum. The evening will start with an introduction by Chandra Frank, as a preview on the exhibition Re(as)sisting Narratives which will be hosted by Framer Framed in 2016.

Burning Museum

Burning Museum



South Africa / Colonial history /

Exhibitions


Exhibition: Re(as)sisting Narratives

Exploring lingering legacies of colonialism between South Africa and the Netherlands through engaging with contemporary artists from both countries

Network


Burning Museum Collective

Artist collective