Pigeon Superstition

Based on behavioral psychologist B.F. Skinner’s experiments with pigeons in 1948, you are invited into a laboratory. The magician and physical performer David Tholander recreates a series of experiments to visualize the individuals ability to believe that he himself is master of his actions. How free is the free will really?

The performance is for adults and young people.

Note: You must hand in your phone upon arrival. It will be stored securely in our locked dovecote and handed back immediately after the performance.

For the safety of our audience we’ve introduced a few new guidelines to make sure that everyone who visits Dynamo, feel safe and are free to enjoy their visit. 

When you are going to an event at Dyamo, whether it be a show or anything else, you are to wear a face mask whenever you are standing. When you are sitting down for a show, or for a drink in the bar, you are free to remove your face mask. 

If it happens that you’ve forgotten a face mask, you can buy one in the door. 

We have made extra space between the seats, so we can be safe together, and we clean everything several times a day. 

If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact us.  

Supported by

Odense Municipality Danish arts council Bikubenfonden