A Night In The Jungle - Nonlife Zoo's Residency (W/ DJ Daedelus) at Royal/T 8/6/10
On Friday August 6th, Royal/T presents A Night In the Jungle. To celebrate The Nonlife Zoo pop-up exhibition, everyone is welcome to dance the night away and raise awareness for endangered species. The night will begin at 8pm. DJ Daedalus will spin in the back space. Beer/wine/soju cocktails and new vegetarian items will be available for purchase. If any guest needs a break from dancing, Royal/T’s very own Susan Hancock will be reading animal energy cards and artist Kenny Scharf’s Cartz Royale will be zooming through!
ABOUT THE NONLIFE ZOO:
The Nonlife Zoo is an imaginary visual of our planet created to raise awareness of animal preservation in the hope to improve our social responsibility to the environment. The Nonlife Zoo series was inspired to reflect on our behavior and the impact on the intricate balance between nature and life on earth. All animals are designed with human-like standing forms and unified expressions to remind us of their coexistence on this planet. They all have cuddly and colorful appearances, yet with conflicting emotionless expressions, as if they are silently expressing their call for help. Designed by 28 biaugust and represented in the United States by MollaSpace, The Nonlife Zoo creates the backdrop for A Night In The Jungle.
ABOUT DJ DAEDELUS:
Alfred Darlington is your musical maestro hailing from the City of Angels. With an eye for early Victorian Dandyism, an ear towards handmade / played electronic music, his is a very individual ‘bespoke’ outlook. Having numerous international releases and tours to his credit he has shared the stage and albums with a diverse list of luminaries from Madlib to Daniel Johnston, from MF DOOM to Jean Jacques Perrey, from Diplo to … well this listing game could go on for quite a while. Daedelus has releases with labels Ninja Tune, Warp, Brainfeeder, Stones Throw, and many more.
Tickets are $10 and available online at the link below and possibly at the door for $15 (space permitting). A portion of the proceeds from store sales go to charity. No one under 21 years old will be admitted.
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