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future evolution of humans
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    Human Reconfigurations
    Hi Space Collective.

    I am interested in the possibilities of genetic technology. To tell the truth I am obsessed, fascinated, sometimes amused and all too often a little scared by the fact that scientists are on the verge of changing the evolutionary path of Homo Sapiens.

    No one can be sure where the technology will lead, but you can be certain that it's going to shape our future.



    Tue, Feb 3, 2009  Permanent link
    Categories: Human, form, genetic, evolution
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    ahmattox     Tue, Feb 3, 2009  Permanent link
    These images are very, interesting, especially the first, but a little repulsive at the same time. One of the most fascinating aspects of genetic engineering to me is the possibility of cloning extinct species. I hope one day I'll see a mammoth.
    gamma     Sat, Feb 14, 2009  Permanent link
    If I am sure, this place founded some sort of god/ess of art,
    who might already know about Beinart surreal art forum,

    http://beinart.org/

    I really love it, its mind opening. Of course it is much lesser forum than this one.
    abhominal     Sun, Feb 15, 2009  Permanent link
    Yes,

    I have been a fan of Jon Beinart's Toddlerpedes for a while now.

    Although I draw strongly on the surreal, I do not feel that my work is surreal. I do not follow the theory or philosophy of the surrealist manifesto. To be honest I think a lot of art is mis-classified in this sense.

    I am not sure how to classify what I do. I am mostly interested in the human form and it's relationship within space and geometric forms - I guess abstraction?


    moab     Tue, Feb 17, 2009  Permanent link
    The idea of designing species rather than objects is fascinating.

    Where are these images from?
    yoldas     Thu, May 14, 2009  Permanent link
    are you animating these?
    are you using a 3d tool?
    lighting in the top one is so good.
     
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