Capitaine Futur and the Extraordinary Journey

Art, Digital and interactive
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In an age when a three-year-old toddler can do more on an iPad than his 65-year-old granny, an exhibition on the digital world is necessarily of interest to all ages. It's in this spirit, then, that La Gaîté Lyrique launches its virtual journey through the thorny topic of artificial intelligence. Guided by Capitaine Futur (a mascot who'll be familiar to Gaîté regulars), you're taken through a range of zany objects and installations that shed light on what exactly happens behind your computer screen. Kids, teens, the elderly and baffled middle-aged parents will all get something out of the exhibition; if you leave hungry for more, a range of performances, conferences and concerts expand on the subject matter.

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