Experimental Design Project



Like it or not, the majority of us live out our lives as participants and architects in a variety of mechanistic systems, both technological and societal.


This piece explores the relationship between man the biological animal and the systems he and his predecessors build, participate in and evolve.

We believe we command the machinery, because we have our hands on the controls, but their lengthy historical evolution and inherent complexity coupled with our active involvement in their functioning can sometimes blind us to their true nature and the dangers present in and surrounding their existence.

We risk a loss of humanity - the mechanisation of man himself. Or do we? As individual biological animals, can our true will ever be fully invested in the will of the machine?

The full text of this experiment will be available very soon, so please watch this space.

In the mean time, check out the graphical results of the work in the picture to the left.