The Justice Syndicate
A top surgeon accused of a serious crime. Conviction would mean planned operations will not go ahead – and the evidence is far from conclusive. Or is this just another case of someone so important they’re above justice?
The Justice Syndicate is a piece of playable theatre drawing on a jury format. It asks how we make decisions, how we deal with our preconceptions, and how much you’d want strangers making judgements about you based on the contents of your phone.
Power and privilege; trust and technology; thought and action.
How will you vote?
The Justice Syndicate is a collaboration with neuroscientist Dr Kris De Meyer.
Friday 21 September 2017, 11.30 & 2.30 - Prototype playtests @ King's Cultural Institute.
DIRECTION & DRAMATURGY Dan Barnard & Rachel Briscoe | ARTISTIC ASSOCIATE (NEUROSCIENCE) Kris De Meyer | COMPUTATIONAL ARTIST Joe McAlister | PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Ewan Samson | ADDITIONAL IDEA DEVELOPMENT Rebecca Atkinson-Lord, Chris Bone, Tom Chambers, Shireen Mula, Zoe Nicole, Theo Papatheodorou & Delme Thomas | PROTOTYPE CAST Claire Cordier, Henry Everett, Jon Foster, Ezra Ingleson, Oli Ingleson, Dean Lepley, Angelina Marchevska, Marina Marchevsha, Sarah Savage, Georgina Sowerby, Monsay Whitney | FEATURED EXPERTS Jan Bowden, Dr Jennifer McGowan
The Justice Syndicate is supported by the King's Cultural Institute and London South Bank University, with thanks to Goldsmiths.