In the last two centuries, the development of industrial and scientific knowledge has dramatically altered our perception and understanding of living beings. Today, the relationship between human behavior and the environment is in the process of being radically --and unprecedentedly--transformed.
In the context of an unstable relationship with reality, we explore the usual iconography to develop prospectives fictions.
We are seeking to draw hypothetical lines of causality, to crystallize the spirit of an era (ours) in all its impetuosity and ambivalence.
We are seeking to conceive a narrative of what might happen in the light of what has already happened.
In the light of what, already, happens.
In the light of what is, now, happening