From an area of exploration and expressive investigation the human body finds itself involved in a rapidly mutating social process.
The gesture, the face, the action are confronted and penetrate each other in a dehumanizing exhibition.
In between technology and science the theater of action moves from a biological phase to an artificial one in which the tension generated by the obsolete prevails. If on the one hand machines release man from rapid environmental changes whilst becoming almost necessary prosthetics, on the other their pernicious functional inadequacy is undeniable. The theory of “post-human” before, and now “post computational”, makes a strong claim for a new and disconcerting argument, according to which the human body is no longer the primary seat of individuality. Will metaphysics and technology bound together recompose our image in the democratizing journey of art?