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“No one seems to be there to introduce Cameron, and now he's lost his audience to a monkey. He makes one final scan of his notes, then, as he is about to speak, he notices two macaques sitting high up at the top of the enclosure in a chaotic framework of old branches.”

- K.D. in Looking for Headless

As an extended part of the Hydrarchy conference, Goldin+Senneby organise a talk at London Zoo with economic geographer Dr Angus Cameron, who acts as the artists' spokesperson. In this talk, Angus Cameron has promised to explain what a 14th century fictional knight and a handful of monkeys in Gibraltar have to do with the construct of state sovereignty.

Meeting point: Entrance of London Zoo, Regent's Park, London NW1 4RY at 11.45am. Please note that the talk will start at 12pm sharp. Map

Entry fee and booking: Entry fee is £5 payable (by cash only) on the door and booking is essential as places are limited.To book a place, please email

This event is part of the exhibition Hydrarchy: Power and Resistance at Sea.