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Saturday, October 5 • 11:00pm - Sunday, October 6 •12:00am
Bowie Singalong and Dance

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Everything in the world has gone wrong since Bowie died in 2016. It's time to put it right with a Bowie singalong. Zenon Marko and Simon Critchley will be playing some tracks. Let's dance!

This happening is part of A Night of Philosophy, taking over the historic Joseph Urban building at 66 w 12th street in Greenwich Village from sunset to sunrise on Saturday night, October 5th. 

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Simon Critchley

Hans Jonas Professor Of Philosophy, The New School for Social Research
Simon Critchley is the Hans Jonas Professor of Philosophy at The New School for Social Research. His work engages in many areas: continental philosophy, philosophy and literature, psychoanalysis, ethics, and political theory, among others. His most recent books include The Problem with Levinas and ABC of Impossibility, though he has written on... Read More →

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Zenon Marko

Zenon Marko is an artist, composer, producer, electronic musician, DJ, and drummer residing in New York City. Marko produces, composes, and performs in genres ranging from rock, classical, ambient, progressive, electronic, techno, house, world, neoclassical, downtempo, and improvisational... Read More →

Saturday October 5, 2019 11:00pm - Sunday October 6, 2019 12:00am EDT
The Baldwin Reading Room