As we enter our final week of the living art experiment that is VISCERAL we request your presence for the final farewell, the time to move on, the time to kill. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, you are invited to Science Gallery's first ever funeral. The final switch-off happens on Thursday February 24th from 6.30pm.
What happens when the bio-reactor gets switched off? How do you dispose of art if it’s still alive?
Join our curators at this funeral event marking the end of the month-long living art experiment. We’ll hear what visitors whispered in the digital ‘ears’ of the Semi-Living Worry Dolls, watch Paul Vanouse perform his Latent Figure Protocol live and we'll have one last battle to end them all at Blood Wars.
Have one last look at the exhibition alive, as we try to answer questions such as how ‘alive’ biological art is, who it is, and what respect it merits – before we open up the doors of the wet lab for the ‘killing ritual’.
Tickets are free but pre-booking is essential here - the Funeral takes place on Thursday February 24th at 18:30.
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