Consultation with the Corpse
I'm dying. You're dying. Let's consult!
Consultation with the Corpse allows clients to explore their unceasing decay with care, camaraderie, and clandestinity.
Consultation typically involves a one-on-one meeting between a consultant and a client. The consultant is tasked with providing to the client information, feedback, or advice that might help the client to realize some aspect of their desires.
The corpse, according to the ever-reliable Merriam-Webster Dictionary, was once defined as “a human or animal body whether living or dead.” It is that thing we each are becoming.
Consultation with the Corpse is an immersive 1-on-1 experience in which the consultant (Benjamin Ross Nicholson) engages the client in a 60-minute exploration of death and dying, custom-tailored to each client's encounters with decay.
Consultation with the Corpse is a single-client experience; therefore, each session only has one available ticket!
Once you've purchased your ticket and at the scheduled date and time (preferably 5 minutes early just to be safe), you will meet Benjamin Ross Nicholson inside Fort Greene by the bar; he will be wearing a shabby suit jacket, red necktie, and be carrying a large briefcase; approach him and tell him that you have arrived for your consultation and he will take care of the rest.
In case you have any difficulty or questions, don't hesitate to reach out to Ben at: email@example.com
The Consultant: Benjamin Ross Nicholson
The Client: you (potentially)
321 E 45th Ave, Denver, CO 80216
Entrance: The main entrance is on 45th Ave.
Accessibility: The patio and back entrance to the venue can be accessed from the street
Parking: Street parking is available on neighboring streets
Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue. If possible, plan on arriving 5 minutes before the start of your consultation. You will meet Benjamin Ross Nicholson inside Fort Greene by the bar; he will be wearing a shabby suit jacket, red necktie, and be carrying a large briefcase; approach him and tell him that you have arrived for your consultation and he will take care of the rest.