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22.10.2021 20:00

Performance

Pay what you can

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

A one hour trip in space where the wind will be distributed by:

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

3 different acoustic sets in Kunsthal Gent where space, objects and sounds al blend together.

Doors 19:30
Showtime 20:00

Scene(s)
1. In French, La Scène, floor to perform on
2. A Scène as part of a whole
3. in English, The scene

Nein will organize a monthly happening alternately in Kunsthal Gent & CAMPO. Where work by artists from all different disciplines is presented or combined!


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