WEEKEND CAMP THREE
19 & 20 June
On Saturday, following a reading of The Night Climbers; a novel by Ivo Stourton, philosopher and artist Angelo Di Cintio of Anglia Ruskin University, was joined by a panel of speakers to discuss different interpretations of the improbable. On Sunday Professor Nicky Clayton of Cambridge University’s department of experimental psychology showed her film Bird Tango, followed by a tango workshop led by Prof. Clayton and based on Darwinian evolutionary ideas. Aimed at adults.
WEEKEND CAMP FOUR
26 & 27 June
On Saturday, all the ideas that have gathered throughout June were brought together and tested out in a number of fun collective activities. On Sunday, the Weekend Camps were ended with a wild food hunt followed by an experimental cooking session. Suitable for all ages.
Every Saturday throughout June
Curator, art critic and scholar Lars Bang Larsen curated a pop-up psychedelic zone of film screenings and text readings to give a further layering of improbable ideas. Aimed at adults.