The Mind Is The Frontline

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Description

Following her sell-out success of 5 Soldiers – The Body is the Frontline, choreographer Rosie Kay curates a series of live and hybrid panel discussions around freedom, security and warfare, examining if the new frontline is now being fought in our minds. With the military expanding into cyber and space, and everyday technologies monitoring our every move, what place do artists have for voicing freedoms and resistance? Expect provocations, new perspectives and interesting debate. Check the website for more information on each evening's show www.armyatthefringe.org.

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The Scotsman (4/5 stars) 37 days ago

Involving choreographers, theatremakers, psychologists and military specialists, she discussed the roles of art, surveillance, data and dystopianism in conflict, and the fusions of flesh and technology which might define the future battlefield.

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