"Daughter of Molly" is a captivating journey through history, fusing interactive media, storytelling, and research. It delves into the Nama Herero Genocide, using resources from the National Archives of Namibia. Veronique B Kuchekana-Chirau's connection to her grandmother, Molly, drives this exhibition, shedding light on historical contributions and poignant stories.
This performance exhibition is an exploration of history, a call for remembrance, and a space for reflection. It encapsulates the enduring spirit of Molly a Nama descendant and Veronique's commitment to honouring the past while shining a light on narratives that must never be forgotten.