Benefit from the world premiere of a ballet made in inventive collaboration between a famend choreographer, esteemed analysis scientists, and celebrated artists.
In what Georgia Tech Arts and Terminus Trendy Ballet Theatre (TMBT) have dubbed the Neuroethics Grand Problem, the 2 firms together with acclaimed choreographer Troy Schumacher and internationally revered new media artist Sergio Mora-Diaz are bringing to life by dance an revolutionary exploration of technological interventions into the human mind. Be part of them on the intersection of neuroscience, know-how, and ethics in a brand new ballet animated by the dancers’ beautiful artistry.
Tickets simply $5 for Georgia Tech college students! Two performances solely, 9/9 at 8 p.m. and 9/11 at 3 p.m.
The artists’ collaborative partnership extends to a workforce of researchers led by Christopher Rozell, professor within the Faculty of Electrical & Pc Engineering on the Georgia Institute of Expertise and Karen Rommelfanger, president and founding father of the Institute of Neuroethics. Different college who engaged with the artists by discussing their analysis embrace: Chethan Pandarinath, assistant professor, Annabelle Singer, assistant professor, Garrett Stanley professor, and Lena Ting, professor, within the Division of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory College; and Doby Rahnev, affiliate professor within the Faculty of Psychology at Georgia Tech.
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Commissioned partly with assist from the Charles Loridans Basis.
Picture credit score: Terminus Trendy Ballet Theatre by Felipe Barral