The project ‘Images in the Singularity’ addresses the rapid, unnoticed integration of technology into our mental structure. Through a series of principles in the accompanying manifesto, the work speculates on the state of the visual image in the future and its coexistence in expanded states of consciousness. The project draws on the unitary visions of Buckminster Fuller and Ray Kurzweil and synthesizes a new theory based on specifically a visual perspective. By utilizing analog technology, and presenting the work in the digital space, there is a demonstration of the fusion in physical and virtual, drawing attention to the increasingly disappearing lines of which aspects of our lives rest in which realm.
Note: Part of this series is exhibited for Loosenart