Collaboration with Emma Forgues/

Given the impact of digital technologies on the environment and their contribution to our increasingly destructive ecological footprint, we feel an urgency to include bio-artistic interventions into the realm of digitally oriented artistic spaces that often do not address the impact of the mediums that they promote and create space for. We stand where biology and computation meet and where science and technology allow for more speculative futures.

We are exploring interactions for human computer interaction (HCI) through living organisms and how this kind of interaction can be performed, thus questioning the increasing problem with our environment which forces us to reconsider the usage of technology. For this reason, it is obvious for us to explore the living system’s abilities of sensing human computer interaction..