Bodydrome (2001)

Science, technology, medicine, and art, have to always push knowledge and research to extremes. This is the only way we have to distinguish between ourselves and the natural world. The difference is the Artificial.

Since the beginning of time, humans have learned how to control nature through technology. The same process is still in progress, with the combinations and results evident in Cloned and Genetic Modifications.

Risks are at the base of any culture, and of any form of creation. Without it nothing changes, if not by accident then without our control. Being conscience of the risks, knowing either something good or bad can happen in any moment, and excepting them, is required. Safe Instructions can be followed....

Marcello Mazzella, Brooklyn 2001

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Science, technology, medicine, and art, have to always push knowledge and research to extremes. This is the only way we have to distinguish between ourselves and the natural world. The difference is the Artificial.

Since the beginning of time, humans have learned how to control nature through technology. The same process is still in progress, with the combinations and results evident in Cloned and Genetic Modifications.

Risks are at the base of any culture, and of any form of creation. Without it nothing changes, if not by accident then without our control. Being conscience of the risks, knowing either something good or bad can happen in any moment, and excepting them, is required. Safe Instructions can be followed....

Marcello Mazzella, Brooklyn 2001

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