Friday, December 30, 2016


"The project is based on two main opposing inspir­a­tions: Research trips to learn about inten­tional communities like the Amish, who care­fully select which tech­no­lo­gies to intro­duce to the community, and an extra­pol­a­tion of current scientific research which embraces tech­no­lo­gical alter­a­tion of nature. The outcome of the project is a fant­ast­ical caravan, a nomadic module of illu­sionary freedom, which explores our belief in tech­no­lo­gical progress. Thus, it examines, ironically, critically, how the dream of self-sufficiency and sustain­ab­ility can be become a reality, implying that everyone is now able to produce goods, to commu­nicate with anyone without being charged or tracked and to fulfil basic needs without forgoing modern conveniences. 
The utopian idea of a different society on a micro scale is reinterpreted and brought in a contemporary context where existing and near future technologies as synthetic biology, genetic engineering, bio-printing and new form of production methods are made public to every individual rather than being owned, administrated and distributed by venture capitalists." - voir Cruiser Charisma.
Une réflexion à mettre dans le prolongement de cela, cela et cela.