METAHUMAN - An abstracted image of a fleshy human form with red vein-like tubes running over their body, covered in mechanical looking textures and organic shapes, silhouetted on a mottled blue background with dappled green textures.

METAHUMAN

METAHUMAN by Miles Dunne, Lily Potger and Max Brading, invites participants into an immersive experience, granting control over a symbiotic human/machine hybrid. Through this dynamic interaction, audiences shape an evolving choreography of movement, sound, and vision, exploring the synergy between humanity and technology in an emergent and captivating spectacle.

A sequel to Miles and Max's SALA performance 'In The Belly Of The Beast', METAHUMAN is a state of the art performance that utilises the immersive LED volume of The Lab to transport audiences into a techno future where humans and machines merge in a symbiotic coreography. As you move through the space, discover unique interactions that influence the show, rippling and effecting the room itself through sound and movement.

The venue hosting this event requires ticket holders under 18 to be accompanied by an adult and to leave the premesis prior to 12AM (Midnight), to comply with it's liquor license.

Please be aware that is an immersive performance and will stimulate all the senses through lights, sound and visuals. There will be minimal seating and Audiences are encouraged to engage and interact with the work.

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Interactive
South Australia • Adelaide Fringe Premiere

Fri, 16 Feb - Sat, 16 Mar

60 min

The Lab at ILA

$20 to $25

M (2 Warnings)

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The venue hosting this event requires ticket holders under 18 to be accompanied by an adult and to leave the premesis prior to 12AM (Midnight), to comply with it's liquor license.

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