The end of Nature as we know it. The substitution of the Fordist-industrial economy for a bio-cybernetic regime. Digitalization transforming Nature itself and our relationship to the Object.
Materiality and the object in the age of abstraction; the connection between algorithms and reality, between mathematics and the real; the recreation of the object through digitalization; the paradoxal status of matter, the gesture and the hand in a post-human society.
The reactivation of the vital power of images, banalized by daily use and overflow; a conscious attempt to emancipate photography from its denotative function, aiming to emphasize the epiphanic, immersion value of it.