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15.11.2019 20:00

Pay what you can

Art cinema OFFoff presents:
Moving Word

Moving Word presents a multidisciplinary programme of artistic experimentation. Expect anything from video to performance, sound art to sculpture. On November 15 the theme is 'the body', which the participating artists may interpret or ignore as they wish. Pay what you want and stay for a drink after. With among others: Anton Cla & Casimir Desmet, Clara Spilliaert, Hanne van Dyck, Annelein Pompe, Nergiz Dukan, Dominique de Groen, Koen Blauwblommen, Victor Lauwers & Thomas De Geyter.

Tickets: free contribution

For more information: https://offoff.be/events/moving-word/

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