As an artist, I create works using analogue and digital materials, in line with the development of the theoretical basis of my chosen subject. My area of research is the transformation of the visual representation of the human body, which I explore within the framework of posthuman theories – which describe a radical transformation of concepts of the human body. My aim is to show the links between changes in body representation and current technological innovations and, through this, to explore the relationship between technology and art.
My hypothesis is that the natural body is being elevated to a new level by artificial materials (implants, artificial intelligence methods, robotics), and that through this process the concept of the body is changing. Contrary to, for example, transhumanist theories that describe this as a more developed humanist approach (an approach that preserves the hierarchy of species and materials with the human at the centre/at the centre), my idea is that the concept of the human body of our time is moving towards a heterogeneous composition that is best represented by a combination of natural and artificial materials, i.e. by the combined use of analogue (plaster casting, drawing) and digital media (digital drawings, 3D printing).