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    1COOLER Rebuilding Rwanda on Mon 21 Apr 2014 - 6:17

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    New exhibition will explore how Rwanda is being rebuilt, 20 years after its devastating genocide
    Written by Davina Hamilton
    11/04/2014 10:41 AM


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    IT WAS a massacre that led to the deaths of up to a million people. Now, a new exhibition will shed light on the way in which Rwanda is being rebuilt following the genocide that took place 20 years ago.
    Presented by The Cultural Institute, Rwanda in Photographs: Death Then, Life Now brings work by Rwandan photographers to international audiences for the first time. Intimate images of everyday life in the Great Lakes communicate the complexities of survival after mass violence.
    How do you live side by side with people who killed your families? How can you rebuild lives that were almost completely destroyed? The photographs are the fruits of a workshop led by award-winning international photographers, Andrew Esiebo (Nigeria) and Brendon Brannon (US and Kenya).
    Photographers from Rwanda questioned the ways in which their country is portrayed internationally as too often, the country is reduced to images of violence and death, as seen through the eyes of outsiders. For this exhibition, Rwandans have challenged this gaze and now show us their country through their own eyes.

    TAXI MAN: A man sits on his vehicle
    The resulting images reveal a nation in the midst of profound change. In capital city Kigali the economy is strengthening, new buildings are springing up and a fashionable elite is taking root. In more rural areas the scars of genocide are still visibly present in ongoing neighbourly tensions and changing but enduring poverty.
    Rwanda in Photographs: Death Then, Life Now marks a change in the global perception of a country. Photographs by Rwandan artists are yet to be circulated widely among international networks.
    Now, two decades after the events that brought the East African country onto the front pages of our newspapers, we are redressing this. By listening to Rwandan narratives and viewing Rwanda through Rwandan images, audiences will have the opportunity to come closer to understanding the scale and scope of the countryís journey.
    Rwanda In Photographs: Death Then, Life Now is at Kingís at the Inigo Rooms, Somerset House East Wing, London until April 30.

    For more information, visit http://www.kcl.ac.uk/cultural



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