The ‘Being Human’ collection includes projects addressing the shifting boundaries between humans and nonhumans through organic and technological permeabilities and symbioses. The works involve the exploration of expanded sensorium through haptics, sex, and food, eventually discussing the parameters of care and caring for oneself and others.
Expertise in this area is led by Prof Kaisu Koski and Noémie Soula.
A critical project at the crossroad between transhumanism, biology, and art.
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An inquiry into the future of DNA as data storage
This project questions and speculates on the impacts of the environment’s pollutants on our body. It uses storytelling and visuals to engage the audience into current environmental problematics and future bioethical debates.
Kuang-Yi Ku PhD project
Queering Anatomy – Microbial Migration and Ambiguous Body Borders
This PhD study challenges medical patriarchy and heteronormativity of current anatomical education, by expanding the training to include speculative queer anatomies.