Blame it on the algorithm
A whimsical look at modern (mis)communication, this processional performance seeks to distinguish between real and fake news, true and false advertising, what is to be found – or lost – in translation. To what extent does technology aid connection, to what extent does it disconnect us from ourselves and each other, how much of what we mean to communicate gets lost in the algorithm? The work expresses these dividing lines formed by our rapidly increasing dependence on technology. The resulting work is a physical display of a digital agitation.
Choreographed by Louise Coetzer, with sound artist Brydon Bolton.
|Fri 22nd Nov||P5 starts at 12.00||20 min||Golden Acre|
|Sat 23rd Nov||P5 starts at 11.00||20 min||Golden Acre|