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hybrid skins and fashion with nanotechnology

Art, Fashion | October 9, 2013 |

Image Courtesy of Tetem Art Space

Hybrid skins and fashion with nanotechnology

Combining fashion with advances in nanotechnology, genetic manipulation and cloning, the exhibition “hybrid skins” displays futuristic visions of a new world. The creepy, animalistic pieces envision a time where the body and nature are able to be copied and personalized.

Image Courtesy of Tetem Art Space

Predicting new ethical and aesthetic possibilities through these unusual extensions to the human form, the show raises moral questions: is your body and genetic code your property that you may copy, remix and destroy? Is the use of biological material from a lab innocent, because no human or animal has died, or does it have its own memory and life? And can we change the nature to the whims of fashion?

Image Courtesy of Tetem Art Space

“Hybrid skins” is located at Tetem Art Space in The Netherlands and features works by Anouk Wipprecht and Daniel Schatzmayr, Local Androids, Jalila Essaïdi, Lucy Mcrae, Nancy Tilbury (STUDIO XO), Bart Hess, Harm Rensink, Clive Van Heerden, Jack Mama, Peter Gal, Philips, Anna Dumitriu, Marieka Ratsma and The Verge.

Image Courtesy of Tetem Art Space

The free exhibition runs from 10 october to 24 november 2013, with a performance by local androids on thursday, 10 october at 7 pm.

more. www.tetem.nl

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