Sun 5.05.19
Sun 16.06.19


The exhibition NOISY IMAGES by Antje Van Wichelen opens on Sunday 5 May at the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum, in the framework of the Photoszene Festival's special programme Artist Meets Archive in Cologne, Germany. 
She presents four installations that are the results from her work on colonial photo archives of institutions such as  Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum, Quai Branly, Africa Museum Tervuren,, Pitt Rivers Museum, etc. With the collaboration of diaspora inhabitants, she also intervened in the permanent exhibition of the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum.
NOISY IMAGES was realised in close collaboration with Rokia Bamba (created the sound installation for Noisy Images), Michael Murtaugh & Nicolas Maleve (co-created The Recognition Machine), Loes Jacobs (nadine - production help), architect Jonathan Haehn  and curator Lucia Halder. 
On May 16th, the museum organizes a tour in the exhibition and a debate. An invitation will follow.
The exhibition runs until 16 June.