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XenoGarden Blossoms

In ‘XenoGarden Blossoms,’ I explore questions about the boundaries of the human body and its modern physical-chemical transformation, involving future technological and medical advancements. By combining metal with biomaterials, I attempt to start a discussion about the notion of a posthuman.


Are modern biomaterials used in surgery mere extensions of our body, or do these modifications go as far as to alter the very definition of ‘self’? How ‘Bio’ are we still nowadays? Is our aim to become ‘pretty cyborgs’?

Humanity’s exploitation of nature and animals has reached new highs, as seen in Xenotransplantation, using pig hearts as spare parts for humans. Where is this consumerist approach going to lead, and how far will it go?

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