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AND SALON: SIMIAN SAFARI

Abandon Normal Devices

Sunday, 2 October 2011 from 15:00 to 17:30 (BST)

Liverpool, United Kingdom

AND SALON: SIMIAN SAFARI

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AND Salon: Simian Safari Ended Free £0.00
AND Salon: Simian Safari + Dinner + Drive-In Movie Ended £10.00 £1.25

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Event Details

15:00 - 17:30 SALON Only
FREE

OR

15:00 - 22:00 SALON + DINNER + MOVIE
Tickets £10
 

Hosted by Rob La Frenais, with Rachel Mayeri and Sarah-Jane Vick

Booking Essential

What is it that makes us human? Does trying to understand other intelligent species such 
as chimpanzees or dolphins tell us something about ourselves, our belief that we are somehow unique? In this salon and bus tour of Knowsley Safari Park we explore interspecies communication and whether we can break free of what John Berger called the “loneliness of man as a species”.
 

Joining the discussion are Rachel Mayeri, creator of AND Festival highlight Primate Cinema: Apes as Family, and expert in chimp cognition Dr Sarah-Jane Vick.
 

Simian Safari


Please note: Unlike previous salons, this Salon is taking place at Knowsley Safari  Park including a bus from Liverpool and a tour of the park. Our coach will be picking up guests in Liverpool at The Art Organisation (TAO) Gallery,
102 Seel Street, Liverpool, L1 4BL

Paying guests are invited to stay at the Knowsley Safari Park and join us for a dinner and a Drive-In screening of the 1968 film Planet of the Apes, we'll provide the cars and the popcorn, then return you safely back to Liverpool.
Click here for screening info.

 

Spaces are limited and booking is essential.

 

15:00 Meet at TAO Gallery – Take a look around Rachel Mayari’s exhibition Primate Cinema – Apes as Family

15:20 Tour Bus Leaves for Knowsley Safari Park! Depart

15:45 Bus Arrives Knowsley Safari Park - Welcome from Knowsley

16:00 – 17:00 Safari Park Tour

17:30 – Bus back to TAO Gallery Liverpool


OR (with £10 ticket)


17:00-18:30 Dinner at the Karamojo Restaurant.

19:00-21:15 Drive-In Screening of Planet of The Apes (we provide the cars!)

21:15 Bus back to TAO Gallery Liverpool

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When & Where


Leaving from TAO Gallery
102 Seel Street
L1 4BL Liverpool
United Kingdom

Sunday, 2 October 2011 from 15:00 to 17:30 (BST)


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Abandon Normal Devices

Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is a catalyst for new approaches to art-making and digital invention, commissioning ground breaking projects which challenge the definitions of art and moving image.

Inviting artists to hijack the imagination, by developing projects which abandon traditional settings and partnerships. AND brings together an eclectic mix of academics, filmmakers, scientists and anarchists to actively push the boundaries of audience experience and arts production.

The AND portfolio consists of film happenings, exhibitions, performances, online projects, residencies, public realm interventions and a roaming biennial festival. For regular updates about our current and upcoming projects sign up to our e-newsletter here.

bandon Normal Devices (AND) is a catalyst for new approaches to art-making and digital invention, commissioning ground breaking projects which challenge the definitions of art and moving image.

Inviting artists to hijack the imagination, by developing projects which abandon traditional settings and partnerships. AND brings together an eclectic mix of academics, filmmakers, scientists and anarchists to actively push the boundaries of audience experience and arts production.

With a distinct emphasis on creative enquiry and provocations, AND creates a space where artists can reflect on and play with the impact of new technologies.

The AND portfolio consists of film happenings, exhibitions, performances, online projects, residencies, public realm interventions and a roaming biennial festival.

- See more at: http://www.andfestival.org.uk/about-us/#sthash.lBs3Kejx.dpuf

 

bandon Normal Devices (AND) is a catalyst for new approaches to art-making and digital invention, commissioning ground breaking projects which challenge the definitions of art and moving image.

Inviting artists to hijack the imagination, by developing projects which abandon traditional settings and partnerships. AND brings together an eclectic mix of academics, filmmakers, scientists and anarchists to actively push the boundaries of audience experience and arts production.

With a distinct emphasis on creative enquiry and provocations, AND creates a space where artists can reflect on and play with the impact of new technologies.

The AND portfolio consists of film happenings, exhibitions, performances, online projects, residencies, public realm interventions and a roaming biennial festival.

- See more at: http://www.andfestival.org.uk/about-us/#sthash.lBs3Kejx.dp

bandon Normal Devices (AND) is a catalyst for new approaches to art-making and digital invention, commissioning ground breaking projects which challenge the definitions of art and moving image.

Inviting artists to hijack the imagination, by developing projects which abandon traditional settings and partnerships. AND brings together an eclectic mix of academics, filmmakers, scientists and anarchists to actively push the boundaries of audience experience and arts production.

With a distinct emphasis on creative enquiry and provocations, AND creates a space where artists can reflect on and play with the impact of new technologies.

The AND portfolio consists of film happenings, exhibitions, performances, online projects, residencies, public realm interventions and a roaming biennial festival.

- See more at: http://www.andfestival.org.uk/about-us/#sthash.lBs3Kejx.dpufFor regular updates about our current and upcoming projects sign up to our e-news here.

To date AND has commissioned 56 new works across several platforms including visual arts, film, performance, the public realm and and media art. - See more at: http://www.andfestival.org.uk/about-us/#sthash.SEOFMkDy.dpuf

Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is an energetic regional festival of new cinema, digital culture and art. The festival takes place annually in Liverpool and Manchester on alternate years, with an extended regional programme.

Our mission is to push the boundaries of audience experience through a programme that spills out of galleries and screens into the streets of the Northwest.

- See more at: http://www.andfestival.org.uk/about-us/#sthash.DO4qWaC4.dpuf

Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is an energetic regional festival of new cinema, digital culture and art. The festival takes place annually in Liverpool and Manchester on alternate years, with an extended regional programme.

Our mission is to push the boundaries of audience experience through a programme that spills out of galleries and screens into the streets of the Northwest.

- See more at: http://www.andfestival.org.uk/about-us/#sthash.DO4qWaC4.dpuf

Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is an energetic regional festival of new cinema, digital culture and art. The festival takes place annually in Liverpool and Manchester on alternate years, with an extended regional programme.

Our mission is to push the boundaries of audience experience through a programme that spills out of galleries and screens into the streets of the Northwest.

- See more at: http://www.andfestival.org.uk/about-us/#sthash.DO4qWaC4.dpuf

Abandon Normal Devices (AND) is an energetic regional festival of new cinema, digital culture and art. The festival takes place annually in Liverpool and Manchester on alternate years, with an extended regional programme.

Our mission is to push the boundaries of audience experience through a programme that spills out of galleries and screens into the streets of the Northwest.

- See more at: http://www.andfestival.org.uk/about-us/#sthash.DO4qWaC4.dpuf

 

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