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11.12.2022 14:00

Book event & signing

Pay what you can

Kato Six: sawing a plank is like going for a walk

On Sunday 11 December, from 14:00 to 18:00, Posture Editions and Kato Six are organising a book event at Kunsthal Gent.

Kato Six will show a series of handmade tapestries and textile works with lines and patterns referring to labour and the act of making. She will also be present to sign her book ‘sawing a plank is like going for a walk’, the book published by Posture Editions on the occasion of her solo exhibition at M Leuven.

Posture Editions will bring some recently published Editions and Pockets and invites you to complete the missing copies of your Posture Editions collection, browse the sale boxes or just have a chat and a drink at Kunsthal’s new bar, Sheela’s.

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Kato Six