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'HyperID' October 2016

'Times. Common. Future.' Exhibition
Wuhan New World Times Arts Centre
Wuhan, Hubei Province, China

Screening booth: Rip-stop Nylon / timber
Dimensions: 8 x 3 x 3 metres (curtain: 1.5 metres from top)
Film: Duration 03:06 / projected onto inside surface of screening booth / 2.1 sound system
Dimensions: 1.5 x 2.5 metres projected

The 'Bodies' group: Sarah Coe / Adam Stead / Che Xin / Liu Yuqiu

We were initially interested in how the human body fits into spaces and how these spaces are designed around the body. Our cultural exchange highlighted both differences and similarities; a common interest became the virtually edited body. Our project explores a post humanist way of existence, directly seen through Trans-humanism. The Trans-Human is seen through the projection, which combines digital technology with the body, to create enhancing modifications. Viewers are forced to manoeuvre their bodies under the screen and so participate with the artwork.


HyperID from Adam Stead on Vimeo.