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22.10.2021 20:00

Performance

Pay what you can

Nein presenteert:
Sc(è)ene 1: Any way the wind blows

Een reis van een uur in de ruimte, waar de wind zal worden verspreid door:

Joachim Badenhorst - Klarinet
Bloedneus & de Snuitkever
- Aulos
Shoko Igarashi
- Saxofoon

3 verschillende akoestische sets in Kunsthal Gent, waar ruimte, objecten en geluiden in elkaar overvloeien.

Scène(s)
1. In het Frans, La Scène, vloer om op te spelen
2. Een Scène als deel van een geheel
3. in het Engels, The scene

Deuren 19:30
Showtime 20:00

Nein organiseert maandelijks een happening afwisselend in Kunsthal Gent & CAMPO. Werk van kunstenaars uit alle verschillende disciplines wordt gepresenteerd of gecombineerd!


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