D.A.K.I.N.I. - Preview
23. February 2019
Kr. 120 / 60
This multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary performance aims at investigating and creating dialectic bridges between the theme of Artificial Intelligence and contemporary feminist theories.
Encompassing debates, questions and near-future predictions on rampant IA issues and their potential repercussions and extending its reach to the theories of philosophers and activists who, already back in the '80s, preached taking over science and technology and illustrated the need for a deterritorialization of ideas. "In a world ridden by the computer science of domination, women have to deal with the question of their involvement with technology, and face its complexity ". (1)
How can AI serve feminist theory and life? How can women take control of it? What happens after they do?
Federica Guarragi - Isadora Pei - Teresa Ruggeri - Camilla Soave
Direction + Visual Art
Dramaturgy + Video
Selene D’Agostino - Sara Giorla
Photo F. Galli
Read more here: ajariotcollective.com
Contemporary themes / Multidisciplinarity / Original dramaturgy and music/ Co-production of the Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium (NTL) / Patronage by Turin University – Dipartimento Studi Umanistici, the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (AI*IA) and Université Grenoble Alpes - UMR Litt&Arts / Project selected for Cross Award 2018 - Co-production Cross Residence 2018 / The project is realized with the support of Compagnia di San Paolo, within the Bando ORA! Produzioni di Cultura Contemporanea
A J A R I O T - Performing Arts Collective
Is a group of artists, performers, directors, dancers, video makers, scholars and organisers.
We are mixed in nationality, background, age, experiences and practices. Research,
transdisciplinarity and the theme of self-determination are our common cornerstones. Through
them, we explore the relationship between body and visual images, its intersections, its active
potentialities. It is an open poetic process: a continuous work in progress.
Which welcomes disparities and does not aim at unifying. It loves differences.