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Opera: Inteligencia Artificial

Americas Society

May 19, 2016
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(Image courtesy of SuperUber)

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Pre-registration for AS Members is now closed. The Dixon Place box office will open at 6:30 PM.

Location: Enter the theater on Chrystie Street, between Rivington and Delancey. 

Admission: FREE for AS and YPA Members. Tickets may be purchased in advance through the theater's box office: $20 for non-members and $10 for students and seniors. Prices include all online service fees.

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In collaboration with the Centro de Experimentación del Teatro Colón (CETC), Music of the Americas presents the U.S. premiere of the multimedia monodrama Inteligencia Artificial, by Miguel Galperin and Ignacio Llobera. The piece is based on the reflections of an ordinary man, fascinated by artificial intelligence, and takes the form of a monologue. The sets, designed by visionary Brazilian collective SuperUber, juxtapose man's temporality with the universe of memory, data processing, and the enduring legacy of artificial intelligence, which draws a comparison between the domain of the organic and artificial. Starring Argentine actor Marcelo Delgado, the nonlinear narrative is divided into two stages: the first focuses on the central character's relationship with time, and the second on his relationship with the multiple identities he crafted in the artificial world. Throughout the work, videos are projected onto suspended translucent screen modules, visually expanding the world of the narrator. 

Read an overview of the world premiere production (in Spanish) in Clarín. 

Creative Team

Miguel Galperín Composer, director
Ignacio Llobera Assistant director, co-librettist
SuperUber Set and video design
Liana Brazil, Russ Rive Visual direction
Kika Azedo Animator
Lilian Sampaio Technical design
Omar Duca Technical director
Agustín Colli Video director
Alfredo Morelli Lighting director
Ignacio Llobera Sound design

 

From the world premiere production at CETC, courtesy SuperJune 2014.