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In New York, dance with robots

What: Dancing NAO robots and mechanical voices in the show of Parisian choreographer Blanqu Lee

When: 9, 11 and 12 June in 20: 00, 13 June in 14: 00 and 20: 00, 14 June on 13: 00 and 17: 00

More: In dance show "Robot" from Parisian choreographer Blanks lee eight dancers will perform with electronic humanoid robots by Pierre, Jean, Alex, Lou, Dominique, Sasha and Anji.

All this action takes place to the sounds reproduced by ten riveted installations, which are simultaneously musical instruments. These designs in the style of "back to the future" created by Japanese art studio MaywaDenki from resin, aluminum and feathers. They are controlled from a single computer.

The creators of the submission try to answer the questions: what does it mean to be human? what does it mean to be a robot? What is our future preparing for us and how dependent are we on inanimate objects? Will there ever come a time when robots can completely replace humans?

Choreographer Blanca Lee was born in Spanish Granada. She studied dance in New York. After studying at the Marta Graham dance center, she returned to Europe, where she founded her own dance company in Paris, which she runs 22 of the year. In addition, Blanca works in the field of cinema and fashion, choreographed in the Paris Grand Opera and the New York Metropolitan Opera. She also directed five dance films, one of which was included in the program of the Tribeca Film Festival in 2014.

The humanoid robots NAO dance with in the show are the first in a whole family of companion robots created by the French company Aldebaran Robotics. Their height is only half a meter and they are able to move independently. These robots are capable of helping around the house, entertaining their owner, and are also used to help the elderly. Humanoid developers have also launched the ASK NAO program, which helps teachers solve the problems of childhood autism.

Where: Brooklyn Academy of Music, Howard Gilman Opera House, 30 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn

Tickets: $ 25 to $ 75. Tickets can be ordered by phone. 718-636-4100 or Online

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