Make an appointment or drop in on Saturday, April 16, 7-10pm; or
1-5pm on Sunday, April 17; Saturday, April 23; Saturday, April 30; & Sunday, May 1.
We all have a relationship with at least one special machine, and many of us may qualify as cyborgs. Do you need help accepting your cyborg nature? How are your relationships with your machines? Have you considered therapy? In Teknotherapy, a Cyborg interlocutor (or “teknotherapist”) leads group and individual sessions for those of us grappling with our machinic selves, helping us come to terms with our relationships to our electronic extensions.
Teknotherapists: Onome Ekeh and Clarinda Mac Low.
What kind of issues arise in Teknotherapy?
“My __________ is jealous of my other relationships.”
“I have been with my _________________ for five years and our relationship has been deteriorating. I think it’s time to move on, but it’s hard to imagine how to adjust to life without it.”
“I am unable to resist using my __________ all the time, and it is always available. “
“I have too many machines and I have trouble finding time for myself.”
“My ___________________ doesn’t understand me, and we have trouble communicating.”
Visit Cyborg Nation online for more information. Cyborg Nation is a portable performance installation based in a self-contained performance environment (or SCoPE); miniature technologies combined to create a tiny media extravaganza. It is a philosophical inquiry and investigation of intimacy in a world of remote communication; a participatory performance experiment where one-to-one conversation is a public display.
Cyborg Nation is created by Clarinda Mac Low and Walter Polkosnik, with SCoPE design by Stacy Scibelli. Presented in partnership with Proteus Gowanus and The Fixer’s Collective.