Voices from the past now speak loud

The Franco-Namibia Cultural Centre (FNCC) in Windhoek is the final location for an international exhibition that deals with the disturbing history of audio and visual documents taken in southern Africa in the early 20th century. Entitled “What We See”, this exhibition is based on a collection of photographs, voice recordings, diaries and the results of anthropometrical registration that was envisaged to become an ‘archive of vanishing races’.