09 October 2008


all robotic AI must assume a kind of Frankenstein quality of dissection and reparation: the robot of the future would have no choice but to share their creators' conclusion that we humans are simple products of sensory apprehension and nano-processing -- hopelessly backward machines enslaved by our appetites and desires.

but we needn't a time machine to uncover that same assumption among us today, within the chambers of psychoanalytic and postmodern media theory: we are slaves to the whims of our mechanical brides, the exploding eyes which just can't contain themselves from taking a voyeuristic peek at newly amputated body parts.

Inter-Face I

Inter-Face II


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