3D Prints, Audio Mapping, 4-Channel Audio
Jordan Edge, Celeste Camilleri, Stephanie Siu
Re-bodiment is a speculative museum collection. With preservation of the collection made a fundamental priority, the identity of each object is embedded into a Seed Host and mapped onto a sonic identity, giving each object a new physical and digital expression. This is achieved using CRISPR gene transfer technology to insert identity data into third-party hosts, expanding the possibilities for their survival. When the results are removed from the original artworks, the collection retains an experiential form over a different timespan. This collection was displayed at the Royal Academy, London in December 2018 as part of the Museum Futures Exhibition & at the Interior Futures book launch / Exhibition, Kensington Courtyard Gallery, Royal College of Art.
This was part of a project run by Interior Futures editors Harriet Harriss and Kevin Walker.