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26.04.2022 20:00

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Bundelpresentatie SLANGEN

SLANGEN, de nieuwste bundel van Dominique De Groen verschenen bij het balanseer, is een duistere, glinsterende, ondergrondse wedergeboorte, krioelend in de krochten van de popcultuur, in de mummie van de natuur, in wondes en rot vlees, in artificiële woestijnen en op geoliede dad bods, verstrengeld met de wurgende algoritmes van het heden.

Op 26/04, om 20u, werpt de bundel in Kunsthal haar slangenvel af.

Naast Dominique zullen ook de fantastische dichters Nele Buyst en Maxime Garcia Diaz voorlezen uit hun werk. Channel dus je innerlijke serpent en glibber daarheen!

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Dominique De Groen (1991) is schrijver en beeldend kunstenaar. Bij het balanseer publiceerde ze eerder de bundels Shop Girl (2017), Sticky Drama (2019) en Offerlam (2020). Met haar werk won ze de Frans Vogel Poëzieprijs 2019 en de Publieksprijs van de FintroPrijs voor Literatuur 2021.

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