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Long Lobroekstraat 120

KUNSTZ x BABLEPUTCH

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KUNSTZ x BABLEPUTCH
KUNSTZ x BABLEPUTCH

Sep 19, 2020, 7:00 PM

Long Lobroekstraat 120, Lange Lobroekstraat 120, 2060 Antwerp, Belgium

It's happening! KunstZ hijacks the Babelbühne and provides an artistic evening full of film, dance, music and mini-exhibitions!

During the BabelPutch, the Bühne is completely hijacked every Saturday by local talent with a quirky artistic language. The artist collective Rooftoptiger has built the hanging gardens of Babylon in Antwerp North for this purpose. So come and dream away in a sustainable oasis made up of terraces and water features! We provide the atmosphere! deal?

Discover the heart of KunstZ and all its players on Saturday 19 September. Expect a diverse program in the open air, with your bubble, a drink, a date, a date. This evening we will put our KunstZ makers in the spotlight and share what we have been working on behind closed doors last season. Enjoy musical performances by the likes of Somalia Williamson, Alec De Bruyn, Roxette Chikua and Prisca Agnes Nishimwe! Also discover projects such as HOMELANDS by Timur Magomedgadzhiev and Lore Loyens, and Forbidden Loves, a project based on the story of Leyla & Majnun. 10 artists, an inspiring space and an old story result in 10 short films.

HOMELANDS credits TIMUR MAGOMEDGADZHIEV, LORE LOYENS, DENISA TEGLAS, PAUL VAN DEN

BERGHE, DOMINIQUE ZENNER, ADNAN ALI AREF, MOHAMED DIAKITE, PRISCA AGNES

NISHIMWE and ALINE LEYNEN

CREATORS FORBIDDEN LOVE Ayham Alafshari, Midiea Cheraghan, Roxette Chikua, Daniel Djissenou, Romeo Lothy, Timur Magomedgadzhiev, Ester Van Elewijck, Tom Viaene and Somalia Williamson.

GAME FORBIDDEN LOVES Gloria Abena Biney, Yasir Hazim, Roelie De Jaeger, Mohamed Diakité, Asma El Nasire, Sim Heyrman, Tamayo Okano, Gwendolin Van Jole, Flor Verwilt, Alissa van de Brande.

Thanks to Rooftoptiger, Archipel, Babelbühne and HOMELANDS, PLACES OF BELONGING: a community co-creation project for and by newcomer artists. An initiative of the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation with the support of CERA, the National Bank of Belgium, the King Baudouin Foundation, the Baillet Latour Fund and Fonds Jean Praet.

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