El teléfono, el motor de explosión y las perforadoras son descubrimientos prodigiosos, pero que hubieran sido imposibles si hace veinte
Author: Jelica Veljovic
Virtual Anthropology: omni-absence?
I have chosen to present a chapter from Jos de Mul’s book Cyberspace Odyssey: Towards a Virtual Onthology and Anthropolgy (Cambridge
Cyborg Art – Convergence and Disembodiment
In the artwork of Tina LaPorta, Future Body, from 1999, we see a woman body presented as a computer grid.
Programmed lives in “film noir”: Blade Runner and Divided Humanity
“Blade Runner’s job is to hunt down Replicants – manufactured humans you can’t tell from the ‘real thing’”, goes the
Transgender Parody in South Park
This screenshot is taken from South Park’s season 12, episode 5, which (in my comprehension) is a parody on the
Towards the Other – Posthuman Utopia?
Fiction has always offered us a playfull ground for revisiting our civilization, and also for testing its possibilities, its directions
Juan Miró: The Posthuman Art of the Post-war Spain
It is possible to discuss about posthumanist tendencies in the work of Juan Miró, surrealist and avantguarde spanish painter and