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The mainframe, unplugged

Dance work considers the influence of technology on our bodies

How have computers changed the way we see our bodies? San Francisco-based dancer and choreographer Katherine Hawthorne's new work, "Mainframe," addresses this question through the medium of dance. Six performers will interact with six Macintosh monitors in a preview show at Mountain View's Computer History Museum on Friday, Nov. 13, with performances at 6:30, 7:15 and 8 p.m. The performances are free; museum admission is $7.50. To learn more about the show, go to khawthorne.net or call 650-810-1010.

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