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27—29.01.2023 20:30

tentoonstelling van één weekend

Pay what you can

De Nieuwe Organisatie:
Simulatie #6 - Werkplaats voor beeldende kunsten: Wesp Collectief

At a time when collective working is at the forefront, Wesp Collective takes up the challenge. Wesp designs a support structure that is conceived as a space in which the public can walk around. The members of the collective challenge each other to create a single work of art on it/in it together. With paint, canvas, bamboo, rope, sound... they go to work performatively.

The doors will open on Friday 27 January. At 20.00 the collective will start.
Also open on Saturday and Sunday 28 and 29 January from 11:00 to 18:00.

De Nieuwe Organisatie
, Lange Steenstraat 14 9000 Ghent
Free entrance (50 metres past the main entrance to Kunsthal Gent)

Wesp Collective:

Aaron Willem, Sam Eggermont, Ben Benaouisse

LN KH 121022 B 7

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