Synthetic organic

Replication of the human in the form of simulacra, or, the merging on intimate terms with the synthetic

 

The materiality of the human-machine hybrid

Surface
Texture
Material

A mask to trace the topological boundaries of the object underneath

A permeable substrate fragile to outside intervention
Plasticity in the chemical sense

Polylactic Acid
When layered translates into that of another
Chemical ingredients for dissolving the boundary between organism and machine

Objects that modulate and expand the human

Prosthetic components

Synthetic additions organic in nature

To add
To augment
To extend

To collide the organic with the synthetic to expose the cyborgic

The enabling of survival in the integrated circuit

Replication of the human in the form of simulacra, or, the merging on intimate terms with the synthetic

Simulation
Disassembly

Reassembly

To question our pre-conceived categorisations
The creation of a copy without an original, bound up in the intervening medium that produced it
A solo, a duet, a trio, a quartet, a group, a choir