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Hybrid Sensorium

A physical structure carrying a digital core is superposed on the human body, trying to condition its biological needs and testing willingness to cede physicality to a constructed environment. The hybrid organism responds to human breathing rhythm in real time and attempts to adapt it to its needs, offering digital content in exchange for oxygen. Hybrid Sensorium develops the idea of innerform as initial intention that imprints the entire history of a process. It treats form as inexistent in itself, but as transient phase of a process, referring to space not as static, but as progression, dynamic content, lived space and time, originating in the interval, syncope, void.

Saint Machine