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Low Lives 4 Philadelphia

little berin and Mascher Space are excited to present a two-day international networked performance festival: Low Lives 4 in Philadelphia.

Low Lives examines works that critically investigate, challenge, and extend the potential of performance practice presented live through online broadcasting networks. These networks provide a new alternative and efficient medium for presenting, viewing, and archiving performances.

Now entering its fourth year, Low Lives is an international festival of live performance-based works transmitted via the internet and projected in real time at multiple venues throughout the U.S. and around the world.

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Friday April 27: 8:30PM - 1AM EST
Saturday April 28: 3PM - 6PM EST

For the duration of each day of the festival, little berlin gallery will be connected via livestream to co-presenting spaces all over the world for a series of networked performances – drop-in as you wish to observe, short performances begin roughly every 15 minutes.

Admission: $5 Artists / $10 General Public
Beverages available for a suggested donation, snacks available each evening

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Join us for Philadelphia’s live Event! ~~~ Hosted by Jane Goodall and her newest BFF Donna Haraway, party down cyber-jungle style with Video Games, Tarot, Monkeys, Photo Booths, Food, and Beer! 

And at the height of the party around 11pm–leap across the Atlantic Ocean with Jane–to join the live performance with her Tanzanian lover–Superstar Scholar Dunstan Matungwa!

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Dunstan Matungwa (Tanzania)
Britney Leigh Hines (Philadelphia)
Marcel W. Foster (Philadelphia)

Jane Goodall speaks with a Native about Nature! Hyphen-Nation Arts joined forces with Marcel W. Foster and presented the “comic delight” (The Art Blog) of The Jane Goodall: Experience. Join Jane once again as she leaps across the Atlantic Ocean with the help of her friend, the interwebs, to live-stream a conversation about the beauty and future of Africa with Tanzanian Environmental Historian—Dunstan Matungwa.

Read More about the performance:

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little berlin is an undefined exhibition space in Kensington

Mascher Space is a home for new dance in Philadelphia (also in Kensington)



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Earlier Event: March 24