Anti-Body review: Exploring our transhuman future with dance

Who and what will we become as the future unfolds? Anti-Body at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London is a dance work that uses motion-capture tech to show how our influence extends beyond our physical bodies into the digital world

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The “dancing” visuals in Anti-Body are created by motion-capture tech

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Alexander Whitley Dance Company

Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, from 6 to 8 October

IN HIS book Homo Deus, writer Yuval Noah Harari asks: “Are organisms just algorithms and is life just data processing?” Is it possible that the human mind could one day be downloaded onto a computer chip?

This existential, unsettling idea is key to Anti-Body, a new dance work from the Alexander Whitley Dance Company, which has its London premiere next week.

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