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Anima at The Invisible Dog (co-presented with Tilt Kids Festival)

Anima at The Invisible Dog (co-presented with Tilt Kids Festival)

Company:

PRUNE NOURRY, VALENTINE LOSSEAU, TAKAO SHIRAISHI, RAPHAEL NAVARRO, BENJAMIN GABRIE, ETIENNE SAGLIO

Location:

The Invisible Dog Art Center  
51 Bergen Street
New York, NY

Dates:

Saturday, March 5, 2016 - 11:00am daily through April 14, 2016

Tickets:

http://theinvisibledog.org/anima/

Company:
PRUNE NOURRY, VALENTINE LOSSEAU, TAKAO SHIRAISHI, RAPHAEL NAVARRO, BENJAMIN GABRIE, ETIENNE SAGLIO


ANIMA
PRUNE NOURRY, VALENTINE LOSSEAU, TAKAO SHIRAISHI, RAPHAEL NAVARRO, BENJAMIN GABRIE, ETIENNE SAGLIO     
MARCH 5 - APRIL 14
OPENING RECEPTION SATURDAY MARCH 5
KIDS OPENING FROM 4 TO 6PM
RECEPTION FROM 6 TO 10PM 


Anima is a meditation on the divide between Man and Animal and a reflection on the concept of the soul as told through a legendary Lacandon figure, K'in Obregon. Obregon is an important character for the Lacandon Maya people, who have been living who have been living in the Mesoamerican Rainforest for centuries.

Visitors will partake in an experimental and sensorial experience lodged between forest and archeological site, immersed in a world of myth and magic. Children will be the main actors in this installation thanks to a supplemental book to enrich the visit, and will be invited to expand on the perspectives that change and evolve with the rise and fall of civilizations, eras and ecosystems. All are invited to ask: what if the relationship between humans and animals was not vertical, but horizontal, as equals? What if animals do have souls? >>>

Anima is commissioned by The Invisible Dog and co-presented with Tilt Kids Festival
With the generous support of Elizabeth Krief Manardo & Jacques Manardo
and the additional support of Action Environmental Group 
 

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