Onscreen: Sasha Litvintseva curates a film programme on the past, present and future fictions that shroud our technologies. But here the sexualised shapes are amalgamated into a cyborgian subject and xenomorphic object; their surfaces earthy like soil or shit, or shiny like plastic dildo s. Artwork: Dominic Hawgood explores photographic fictions, spirituality and drug-induced hallucinations. The phallus penetrates an amorphous, primordial blob, 'iSlave'. Essay: John Douglas Millar considers the social and political implications of the archive from classical antiquity to the present day, rasing new questions around technology and capitalism as spiritual experience. Zen-like contemplation permeates every pixel of their work, steering away from the somewhat brute form often taken by heavily tech-powered artworks.
Blair. Age: 31.
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Kristen. Age: 30.
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