H+ / Transhumanism(s) (*signed*)

@ Gafsou, Matthieu



Presentation by Kehrer Verlag :  

"Transhumanism (abbreviated as H+) is an international intellectual movement that aims to transform the human condition by developing and making widely available sophisticated technologies to enhance human intellect and physiology.

Matthieu Gafsou’s H+ series explores transhumanism and all kinds of body modification or enhancement: artificial limbs, exoskeletons, implants, neuroprosthetics, Quantified Self gadgets, nootropics, dietary supplements, anti-ageing, biopower, body hacking, genetic engineering, body preservation.

The series mixes documentary approach and allegorical visions and reveals the presence of transhumanistic ideas in our lives."

152 pages - Hardcover

Kehrer Verlag, 2018

Format : 21.4 x 26.5 cm


New - Mint condition

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Gafsou, Matthieu

Matthieu Gafsou is a Swiss photographer and faculty at ECAL; he was awarded the "Prix de la fondation HSBC pour la photographie" in 2009 and takes part in 2010 in the reGeneration2 exhibition at the Aperture Foundation. Matthieu Gafsou published several books including H+ / Transhumanism(s) in 2018 with Kehrer, project which is also the subject of an exhibition at the Rencontres d'Arles festival the same year. © Matthieu Gafsou (self-portrait taken from the Fondation Leenaards website)
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