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Persona Strangely Human at Musée du Quai Branly, Paris

Publish on Monday, 13 June 2016
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Mechanical AvalokiteĊ›vara Ver.Sun, © Wang Zi Won, photo: Wang Zi Won

 

How can we transform the lifeless into a living creature, give souls to the soulless, and emotions to the unemotional? What kind of intimate relationship exists between human beings and machines? 

Until November 13th, 2016, the Musée du Quai Branly puts on view an uncommon exhibition entitled Persona Strangely Human, an anthropological exhibition that will give you an answer to all of these questions by featuring more than 230 artefacts including statues, paintings, robots, and extracts from films.

The exhibition Persona Strangely Human is curated by :

Emmanuel Grimaud, Anthropologist Research Associate at the CNRS

Anne-Christine Taylor-Descola, Emeritus Research Director, CNRS

If you are staying at Hotel de La Motte Picquet, consider visiting Persona Strangely Human at Musée du Quai Branly.

 

P.S: Some of the works displayed may be inappropriate for younger visitors.

 

Useful information :

Tickets :

Full price : 9 €

Reduce rate : 7 €

Twin tickets :

Full price : 11€

Reduce rate : 9€

Hours:

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sunday: from 11am to 7pm

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday: from 11am to 9pm

Tel : +33 1 56 61 70 00

Address : 37 quai Branly – 75007 Paris