Self-Sustaining System of the Absurd

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“Four years ago, the Stevan Kojic began exploring the relationship between individual, society, technology and nature in the laboratory of “self-sustaining system of the absurd”, which was composed of a number of interrelated and interdependent “bio- technology” segments. These were originally simple structures in which the plants were influencing the electronics and vice versa, without any specific, utilitarian purpose. Over time, these structures were multiplied and their relationships were getting complicated, but the result always remained utterly useless. With further growth of complexity, development and home testing, the system gained the characteristics of habitat expanding on the elements of everyday life. In the parasitic symbiosis of everyday environment of the artist (bed, car, shower), electronic waste and other living organisms, a new kind of alternative bio-social habitat was created with the potential for further expansion and transformation.” Milica Pekic

More about the artist: Stevan Kojic

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About Bojana Ginn

Joying art, science, and technology. www.bojanaginn.com

Posted on March 12, 2014, in 4D, Art & Science, art and technology, bio art, bio-technology, Bojana Ginn, Milica Pekic, Stevan Kojic and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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