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Save Your Own Skin
THOUGHT EXHIBITION and MOVEMENT DIALOGUE examining the cultural impact of military innovations by Tanja London, Carloss Chamberlin, Jason Rabb, Nick Foster, Ami Hanna
THOUGHT EXHIBITION & MOVEMENT DIALOGUE
examining the cultural impact of military innovations
by Tanja London, Carloss Chamberlin, Jason Rabb, Nick Foster, Ami Hanna
The THOUGHT EXHIBITION is an installation displaying the history of prominent examples of assimilated military technology, such as canned food, computers, methamphetamine, the internet, GPS, mass produced spider silk, and artificial skin. Canned food, for example, was invented for the Napoleonic Wars (1799 – 1815). Today processed
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new PREMIERE – March 24th
TICKETS @ http://tanjalondon.com/save-your-own-skin/
March 24 – April 1 , opening hours on website
students $5 / general $7
March 24, 25, 31, April 1 @ 7:30pm
students $10 / general $15
(includes thought exhibition)
maximum capacity 30/performance
Contact: (603) 244 9439
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
Additional time info:
SCIENCE TALK at THE LEONARDO
March 3rd, 7:30pm
MEET THE ARTISTS
March 24th after the performance
The THOUGHT EXHIBITION will be open throughout March 24 – April 1.
Please, see http://tanjalondon.com/save-your-own-skin/ for opening hours.
210 East 400 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84111 , Salt Lake City, UT 84111