And Who Is Useless Now?

Ondřej Holba

25

November

Theme, direction

Ondřej Holba (CZ)

Performer

Florent Golfier (FR/CZ)

Artistic cooperation

Heli Väätäinen (FIN)

Light design

Martin Hamouz (CZ)

Music

J. S. Bach, Ferenc Liszt, Roman Zabelov

Co-producer

CIRQUEON – Centre for Contemporary Circus, Palác Akropolis

Touring

Šárka Maršíková

Photo

Benn Murhaaya, Vojtěch Brtnický

Supported by

Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, Capital City of Prague, Circollaborative Tools, CircusNext+ - Erasmus+ program

Partners

OctopusLAB

International residence

CircoCircolo / La Central del Circ / Latitude50

Duration

45 min. 

Premiere

24. 10. 2019, Palác Akropolis 

The languages used in the show are Czech and English (alternate language versions are English and French or English and German)

Recommended age

6+ 

And Who Is Useless Now? is an original theater performance about a man, four robots, one slightly elitist artificial intelligence, and the transfer of responsibility to technologies.

 While Wendy the A.I. is trying to use art to win humans' acceptance as a thinking being, Florent who shares the stage with her is beginning to doubt his human mind. How much freedom and human qualities are we willing to sacrifice for comfort?

 The show is inspired by the ideas of Alan Turing, the founder of modern computer science, and Marvin Minsky, a pioneer of machine thinking. They both believed the human mind was just a very complicated machine.

Tickets

25

November

And Who Is Useless Now?

Palác Akropolis
18:00
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( Photo: Vojtěch Brtnický)
( Photo: Vojtěch Brtnický)

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