To Be A Machine: Man and machine form an uneasy connection

Theatrical innovators Dead Centre have created an eerie and intriguing theatrical experience with their Zoom adaptation of Mark O’Connell’s book To Be a Machine

11th October, 2020
To Be A Machine: Man and machine form an uneasy connection
Jack Gleeson is Mark O’Connell’s avatar in To Be a Machine (Version 1.0). Photo: Ben Kidd

To Be A Machine (Version 1.0)

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