Nathan Hirschaut, choreographer and pioneering director in avant-garde and intersecting art, will premiere his new collaborative performance The Cyborg Project held virtually and live at Project 418 on September 17, 18 and 19, 2021. A collection collaboration between artists Hirschaut, Treyden Chiaravalloti, Avital Meshi, Kadet Kuhne and a small international ensemble of dancers, the project examines our technological transformation and what makes us human in a virtual world.
The Cyborg Project provokes the interaction of audience members, virtually and in person, to explore the exciting and dangerous potentials we face in a technological and modern reality. Through a “choose your own adventure,” experience, audience members will move their avatars or digital bodies through various rooms that incorporate artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, robotics, and multimedia dance performances. With this collaboration of tech-punk stance, the dualisms between machines, animals and humans dissolve, combining dance, films, sound, light, costumes and new technology to suggest a reality where technology and humans can coexist from interdependently. The work explores the possibilities of utopia and dystopia, as well as relevant issues of surveillance, bias, ethical issues, regulation around technology.
“Humans are angry and amazed at the potential of these new technologies and how AI will completely transform our planet and our society. In an immersive and interactive way, this piece raises awareness of the fact that we are part of a digitalized planet. and on the brink of a fourth industrial revolution. ” Hirschaut asks his audience, “How do we learn to keep our humanity in the midst of advances in our technological future?”
Virtual Show: Tickets to experience The Cyborg Project are available until October 1st and can be used at any time.
Live Show: The creators will offer three opportunities for audiences with limited ability to participate in this immersive live experience on Project 418 from Friday, September 17, Saturday, September 18, and Sunday, September 19, 2021 at 7 p.m. : 30 at night. followed to ensure the safety of artists and the public.
Virtual tickets are worth $ 20, face-to-face, $ 35. For more information and tickets, visit: https://www.thecyborgproject.com/