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01—02.12.2022 18:00

Performance

Pay what you can

Museumnacht

Finally a full-fledged edition of Museum Night. Immerse yourself for free from 18:00 to 01:00 in all the art and heritage Ghent has to offer. On the programme: exhibitions, performances, music, signing sessions, macramé, vulva drawing and much more.

3 times during Museum Night Nein organises a performance loop where circus, music and movement are given a prominent place. The loop starts at 20:00, 21:00 and 22:00 and shows the work of Bastien Dausse, Milou van Duijnhoven, Sergeant and Elias Devoldere.

Bascule 5 Marc Lahore
Programme

Bastien Dausse - Compagnie Barks
Moon is a constellation of small anti-gravity forms. A mechanical and organic exhibition, in the image of our universe, in constant evolution, to be explored and contemplated. Between whimsical inventions and impossible acrobatics, it is a search for variation of gravity, a form of farewell to our weight, it is my way of altering space and time.

Milou van Duijnhoven - 'soft sticky stamina song'
Milou van Duijnhoven studied Performance at the Maastricht Drama Academy and Choreography at the School for New Dance Development in Amsterdam. Since then she has been working as a dancer, performer, choreographer and martial artist in her own work and in the work of others. Her artistic practice is based on the sensuality of voice and movement. In her ongoing research 'soft sticky stamina song' she explores the power of dancing a song and singing a dance by holding two large stones.

Sergeant
Combining a derailed actor and a composing cineast, Sergeant leaks his Brussels brain flow in a meticulous montaged soup. The cries and coos blow up into choir and break up again into space, ever search-singing the frequencies of daily life on planet earth. Dating kraut and some 00s stuff, Sergeant's music is a postmodern cry into the abyss of pop.

Elias Devoldere
Elias Devoldere is not only one of the most ingenious drummers on the Belgian music scene, but in recent years he has also proved himself as a songwriter, composer, singer and producer. We got to know Elias as a drummer with Nordmann, Robbing Millions and Hypochristmutreefuzz, among others.

Besides temporary exhibitions of Pei-Hsuan Wang & Ben Benaouisse, there will also be work by Martin Belou, Bram de Jonghe, Eva Fàbregas, Olivier Goethals, Rudi Guedj, Jesse Jones, Felix Kindermann, Prem Krishnamurthy, Femmy Otten, Egon Van Herreweghe & Thomas Min, Thomas Renwart, Charlotte Stuby, Joëlle Tuerlinckx & Steve Van den Bosch.

Sheela's - the new bar designed by Theo De Meyer and Olivier Goethals - will also be open that evening.

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