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20.12.2019 20:00

La Fabrique d'un Single screen

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Joëlle Tuerlinckx:
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Joëlle Tuerlinckx - La Fabrique d'un Single screen

20 september 2019 t/m 12 januari 2020
Opening: 20 september om 20:00 uur

PERFORMANCES: 20 september, 1 november en 20 december

Joëlle Tuerlinckx maakt dit najaar van Kunsthal Gent haar atelier voor de montage van de film The Single Screen, een project dat tot stand kwam in Dia:Beacon (VS) tussen 2015 en 2018. Het proces van verwerken, monteren en hernemen van meer dan 200 uur geluid- en beeldmateriaal wordt in Kunsthal Gent een nieuwe tentoonstelling, waar acteurs, medewerkers maar ook het publiek een rol in spelen.

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