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22—23.06.2019 20:00

Pay what you can

Offoff Presents:
A Bird among Bears, Thomas De Geyter

Upon accepting that it won’t change – the phenomenon reveals itself
2 becomes 17 – thus accepting its translucent nature
He does not quite know where he ended up

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