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22.08.2021 11:00

Video, performance & everything in between

Pay what you can

MEER presents:
Zomersalon Brunch

Sunday 22 August, 11.00

MEER
Video, performance & everything in between

invites you to
MEER Zomersalon Brunch


A joyful event in which we bring together all the artists that once developed a print with MEER. Vegan brunch, screenings and a performance by Robbert & Frank Frank & Robbert

PROGRAM

11.00 - doors & coffee
11.30 - screenings:

A. Liporato
- Andrew a strong courageous warrior
Emily Lefèbvre
- DIORAMA
Helen Dowling
- Xylophone
Jelena Vanoverbeek
- IT WILL ALL COME OUT IN THE WASH
Margarita Maximova
- The Vast, The Land, The liquid
Olivia Hernaïz
- All about you
Sandrine Morgante
- Niet gelukkig hier

13.00 - vegan brunch
14.00 - performance:
Frank&Robbert Robbert&Frank - Small destruction of suffering


PRACTICAL


Brunch/royal brunch ticket: 17/20 euros

Artist prints: 80 euros -10 euro discount for people with a brunch ticket.

Please make a reservation by sending an email to meerartscollective@gmail.com before Friday the 20th of August.

MEER

MEER is a nomadic curatorial collective founded by Mirthe Demaerel, Ilse Roosens and Céline Vermeire. Since 2018 MEER organizes events with audiovisual and performance artists at places such as DOK and _Plek in Ghent.

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