Back in 2004, I designed my first show for Simon McBurney's company Complicite at London's National Theatre. It was an adaptation of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure. I knew a fair bit about the company's previous work out of professional interest and of Simon's fondness of putting everyday technology into his productions. It all makes sense to me, because there are good reasons why we should try to use the technology that surrounds us everyday at home or at work or between the two in ...

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