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Exhibition Horror! Horror! with Spiders and Cockroaches
13.05.2015 14:06
Exhibition Horror! Horror! with Spiders and Cockroaches

The State Darwin Museum in Moscow starts a new exhibition project - Monsters - dedicated to zoophobias.

      On May 16 it will be opened with the first experimental interactive exhibition under the title Horror! Horror! The organizers aim to discredit popular myths about insects.

      The first “series” of the project is dedicated to the insects that frighten people. Live spiders of various sizes will be part of the exposition. The visitors will get a chance to test themselves for arachnophobia and other similar phobias. Lifeless insects, including bees, cockroaches, flies, and butterflies, those that people are afraid of due to false stereotypes will also be exhibited.

      “In our project we consider various types of insects and explain which of them people should beware of and which of them are harmless. Knowledge is one of the ways to overcome a phobia” – the organizers explain.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Darwin Museum    

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