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A Live Performance by Tiffany Shlain
The Museum of Modern Art New York
World Premiere | February 2020
This live performance by Webby Awards founder Tiffany Shlain takes the audience on a riveting and cinematic journey across the past, present, and future of the relationship between humanity and technology. Incorporating live narration, mesmerizing visuals, an evocative soundscape, and audience engagement, Dear Human is a one-of-a-king experience that invites the audience to think deeply about how technology is both amplifying our humanity, and amputating it, and how to stay human in our 24/7 world.
Directed by Tiffany Shlain
Produced by Sawyer Steele
Dramaturge Meiyin Wang
MoMA Curator Kathy Brew
Ten years ago I wanted to create something that merged my interests of film, speaking, audience interaction, and the theater experiments I did with The Webby Awards into one experience I started calling “Live Spoken Cinema." I've been experimenting with the form ever since, and it's a dream come true that the show that is bringing it all together is Dear Human, about the relationship between humanity and technology, and the o have the world premiere of this Dear Human show at The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
- Tiffany Shlain, February 2020
Dear Human premiered at The Museum of Modern Art New York's Doc Fortnight Nonfiction+ to a sold out packed theater. "Always a momentous occasion for lovers of nonfiction cinema, Doc Fortnight celebrates its 19th edition with some of the most formally innovative, thought-provoking documentary and hybrid films being made in the world today."
POINT OF VIEW MAGAZINE | "MoMa’s Doc Fortnight was Diverse and Eclectic"
We are currently in development on an original series based on the ideas of Dear Human and Tiffany's bestselling book 24/6: The Power of Unplugging One Day a Week.. Join our email list to stay posted.
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Producer Sawyer Steele, Director Tiffany Shlain, and Dramaturge Meiyin Wang at the premiere.