Projections posthumanistes: pour une réflexion ouverte

Dominique Leclerc + Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle
Posthumains

Following the success of the documentary show Post Humains, Dominique Leclerc and Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle pursue their research for their next creation. In the context of the OFFTA, starting from the principle that human beings are in constant transformation, the company proposes a platform where citizens of all horizons are called to imagine new possibilities for the future of our species.


Dominique Leclerc and Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle (Posthumains) investigate the impacts, on the individual and society, of NBIC technologies (nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology and cognitive science) currently in development. Their projects explore the documentary form in theatre, including autofiction, performance and the audience’s involvement in the issues addressed in this production.

Participants Jérémie Battaglia + Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle + Christine Daigle + Xavier Inchauspé + Dominique Leclerc + Jocelyn Maclure Visual  Patrice Charbonneau-Brunelle

With the support of Brock University – Posthumanism Research Institute, Société de recherches alternatives du posthumains (SCRAP).

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The Posthumans company invites you to participate in the brainstorming of the human of the future by answering these two questions:

What would you change of the human species?

What would you keep of the human species?

Think physical, cognitive and/or social aspects

Send to Posthumains your recommendations in a video of no more than 2 minutes.
Upload it here: https://bit.ly/3dHT1pI

Your contributions will be made available on the OFFTA and Compagnie Posthumains web platforms throughout the festival.

On May 31st at 3 pm, three philosophers will be invited to comment on the proposals submitted by participants in a online round table :

    • Christine Daigle of Brock University’s Posthumanism Research Institute
    • Xavier Inchauspe, Doctor of philosophy and theater professionnal
    • Jocelyn Maclure, professor of Philosophy at Université Laval and president of the Commission de l’éthique en science et en technologie
    • the co-directors of Posthumains

To see the round table, get your OFFTA pass here.

31.053pm – 4pmVideoconference

Access and participation information will be sent to pass holders in a newsletter on the morning of the performance.