LIFE - a DNA engine
- OutOfTheBox, Berlin/Hildesheim
- Duration 100 minutes
- Adult €16,50 | concession €11,50
While the public is still busy debating the responsibility of self-drive cars, achieving immortality using AI has long been explored in Silicon Valley. In the performative simulation ”LIFE; eine DNA Engine“ OutOfTheBox invites the audience to play with the idea of exploring the tensions between AI and healthcare: Participants will meet up in a collaborative development lab to speculate about the possible ‘futures’ of medicine together.
"LIFE; a DNA Engine" is an interactive performance in which participants move freely through the stage space, talking and interacting with each other. We recommend wearing a mask during the performance.
Notes on accessibility:
Please bring reading glasses if necessary so you can read the written text during the performance. No traditional seating is provided. The audience can move around freely throughout the space. There are stools and high chairs on the stage. The spaces are changed. Under the auspice of interactive play, participants act with tablets and are addressed by performers. The audience interact with each other in group situations. Attending without taking part is not possible.
As the audience are tasked with coming up with their own health care scenarios, different disease patterns can be addressed under certain circumstances.
Information about the accessibility of the venue in structural terms can be found here.
By and with
OutOfTheBox (Ricardo Gehn, Susanne Schuster), Sarah Buser, Maria Isabel Hagen, Anton Kurt Krause, Stefanje Meyer
CityLAB Berlin, Lichthof Theater Hamburg, LOT Theater Braunschweig, Schaubude Berlin, Theaterhaus Hildesheim