About The Algo­rit­h­mic Theatre

The Algo­rit­h­mic The­a­ter is an inter­di­sci­pli­nary wor­king group and an inve­sti­ga­tion of what new algo­rit­h­mic tech­no­lo­gies do to our bodi­es, iden­ti­ties and socie­ty. It is an arti­stic research pro­ject at the cros­s­ro­ads betwe­en per­for­m­ing arts, visu­al arts and pro­gram­m­ing, which directs a cri­ti­cal, inve­sti­ga­ti­ve look at algo­rit­h­mic map­ping and moni­tor­ing — in short: the increa­sing algo­rit­h­miza­tion of life.

The core mem­bers of the com­mu­ni­ty are visu­al artist and wri­ter Kri­sti­an Byskov, playwright and sta­ge director Kri­sti­an Husted, dra­ma­turg and pro­du­cer Per­nil­le Kragh and pro­gram deve­l­o­per and cura­tor Tina Ryoon Ander­sen. In addi­tion, chan­ging col­la­bo­ra­tion part­ners are invi­ted into our com­mu­ni­ty, inclu­ding set desig­ners, per­for­mers, pro­gram­mers, visu­al arti­sts, resear­chers and theorists.