Dead, static, discharged bodies only sparks. Literal and othered bodies, lie on the ground, on their backs, and can not rise. Their joints are missing or disassembled. A metaphor for technical bodies and systems giving rise to alternative worlds, explored through formulas, materials, and cooperation with machines, such as; immaterial computers, synthetic voices, computer vision, drawing, clay, printing presses, and other signs of engagement.
The technical explorations transgress into the mythical and manifest in experimental, relational, and diagrammatic activities. Through monotonous witnessing the activities are constantly reduced and abstracted through (im)material manifestations, paralinguistic activities, and autonomous worlds where definitions are not dependent on authority, e.g., the searching definition of primordial technics. A notion that sprout through the observation that other discourses, rather than direct openings (e.g., using electronic equipment, criticising or opening technology to become more transparent), are more precise in terms of the primordial functions of technics. Through this notion, a world built itself.
Technics becomes an expanded and poetic field, rethought through sensorial registers and representation, not structures of engineering.
Left: Detail of etching (trauma, stranded)