hairpower

Colophon HA!R POWER

Concept, compilation and realization
Wereldmuseum Rotterdam

Exhibition design
MAISON the FAUX

Graphic design and DTP
Serana Angelista
Helmi Scheepers

3D wallpaper design
Willem Stapel

Light design
Tim Blom

AV & multimedia
Danny Cotino
Jeffrey de Roode
Huub Verburg
Rien Bexkens
RNUL
Studio Alerta

Interviewees
Fenneke Sysling
Willeke Pietersma
Willemijn Ruberg 
Stephanie Hodgson

Production
Brandwacht & Meijer
Atelier Van Zijderveld
Klusburo Wijk 11
Productions & More
Textiles & More
Van der Horst Theatervormgeving

Photography
Alamy 
Danish Arctic Institute
Getty Images
Nationaal Archief
 
Movie
Allure 
Elle
Insider
Medina 
Refinery29
Spot On

Installation and mounting
Stichting Wereldmuseum
Elisabeth Kuiper
Irina Tsjeroenova

Translation
Janina van Nielen, Cover Language

Lenders
Centraal Museum

Content-related advice
Daryll Landbrug
Ivan Winters
Kimberley Piqué
Robbert-Jan Rietveld
Leen Bergmann
Stephanie Afrifa
 
Many thanks to
Dirk Bertels
Emma Tarlow
Fresco Sam-Sin 
Gonny Eussen 
Guinevere Ras

Stichting Wereldmuseum has made every effort to trace the copyright holders of all audio and visuals. If you are a copyright holder and have not been contacted, please get in touch with us.


A large part of our collections was acquired during the colonial period. This was a period characterized by grossly unequal power relations and violence. As a consequence, some of the objects we care for, including objects in this exhibition, may have been obtained through looting or in other dubious and unjust situations. The museum is actively doing research to clarify the provenance of its collection. More information on this research and our policy framework ‘The return of Cultural Objects: Principles and Processes'.