American-based architect Michael Jantzen visually represents an ambiguous relationship between women and machines in a series of small-scale sculptures. Dubbed 'Woman Machine Interface,' the artistic project is born out of a human fascination with technological advancements.
The four sculptural models exhibits women and machines that interact with each other. As the functional properties of the futuristic apparatuses is relatively enigmatic, the artistic project strikes a pondering thought process in the audience, while they try to pinpoint the nature of the human-technology interaction. For example, one might consider that the 'Dream Machine' is extracting the user's subconscious thoughts, while the 'Self-Awareness Transfer Station' is forcing its subject to literally come face-to-face with themselves and later transferring gathered information to a large data base for experimental purposes.
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Michael Jantzen Explores a Relationship Between Women and Machines
- By: Kalina NedelchevaMar 9, 2018