Photo Cristian Medel

Will there be any people? – A dancing inquiry into mankind’s fate at the Natural History Museum

Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu 13, 00100 Helsinki
Natural History Museum

A work combining dance, music and projection asks whether people could face the fate of dinosaurs.

If dinosaurs died of extinction, could the same fate threaten people in some dystopian future? Experience a work that throws questions of mankind’s fate directly at and beyond a dinosaur – come and see if the museum is up to the challenge!

A work by filmmaker and artist Cristian Medel.

Performed by three dancers.

Programme:

17.20-17.40
18.20-18.40
19.20-19.40
20.20-20.40
21.20-21.40

This event is part of Experience Seven Museums on 23 November. An evening full of dance, theatre, poems and music. Open doors at 5-10pm at Design Museum, Hakasalmi Villa, HAM Helsinki Art Museum, Helsinki City Museum, Natural History Museum, Sinebrychoff Art Museum and Kunsthalle Helsinki.

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