We were appointed to design the scenography for the When We See Us: A Century of Black Figuration in Painting exhibition at the Zeitz MoCAA in Cape Town. The exhibition features 200 artworks from Africa and its diaspora, celebrating African and African-descent experiences. Our design of the WWSU exhibition considered the curatorial organisation of the 6 themes. We proposed a series of ochre and green curved walls within the traditional gallery space. The curves create gestures predicting movements as a way to navigate through the exhibition. The colours and materials used in the exhibition reflect scenes of many artworks that can be seen in the show. Spaces for reflection, soft loungey resting areas with acoustic treated surfaces with furniture specially sourced from local designers and manufacturers. The exhibition is accompanied by a Sonic Translation compiled by South African composer and sound artist Neo Muyanga.