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OK, GOOGLE

September 2018
Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg

Opening / Performance on 14 September 2018 at 8 pm

Further performances on 15 / 22 September 2018 at 8 pm and on 23 September at 5 pm

Five performers and one learning machine in form of Google’s language-based assistant “Google Home” will perform together in the spacious Kunstverein in the Harburg train station and examine one of the most decisive global transformation processes of the future: the human interaction with artificial intelligence.

Tickets: Entrance Free

Location: Train Station Hamburg-Harburg
Hannoversche Straße 85
21079 Hamburg
Access is above the platforms 3 & 4

Photo: Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof
Rights: Jens Franke

TEAM

Artistic Director, Text, Research Felix Meyer-Christian Choreography, Performance Jascha Viehstädt Performance Martin Hansen, Frank Koenen, Regina Rossi, Kianí Del Valle Stage, Costumes Eylien Koenig Programming, Set-Up AI, Video Erik Kundt Composition, Soundart Katharina Pelosi Support Sound Art Marcus Thomas, Matthias Reiling Dramaturgy Melmun Bajarchuu Video Documentation Miguel Murrieta Vásquez Assistant Stage and Costume Florence Schreiber

A production by  Costa Compagnie in cooperation with Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof. Funded by Kulturbehörde Hamburg, Hamburgische Kulturstiftung and Fonts Darstellende Künste.

DIRECTIONS

By public transport: Take S-Bahn S3 or S31 in the direction of Harburg, exit Harburg. The Kunstverein is located in the train station above platform 3 & 4.

By car: Highway A7, exit Hamburg-Harburg. Via the connection road to Harburg-Mitte, follow signs to Harburg train station. There are parking garages opposite and behind the train station.

By train: ICE/IC/RE/ME, exit train station Hamburg-Harburg. The Kunstverein is located in the train station above platform 3 & 4.

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