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02—11.07.2021 20:00

With performances on Sunday at 15.00

Pay what you can

Two weekends::
PostXZomersalon

PostX has set up a side space of the Kunsthal Gent's Summer Salon as an antichambre: a simple scenography with benches to take a rest, a sanatorium for neglected plants and the audio installation KLIJ by IJ (Inge van den Kroonenberg and Jürgen De Blonde).

KLIJ

A drop.
A block of clay.
A piezo microphone in the clay.
What gets through?
A ripple in the air.
What do you hear?
A reflection of a micro-impact.
What touches the core? An impression of a core.

Weighted and weighed with double standards.

An intervention and performance by IJ (Inge van den Kroonenberg and Jürgen De Blonde) for All Things Sound in collaboration with Wouter Cox.

Performance: Sunday 11 July, 15.00

Jasmijn Lootens & Anneleen De Causmaecker

PX Zomersalon

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Klei Beeld