Future Flesh Forms
Future Flesh Forms is an exploration of how technology and living tissue interact and how this interaction challenges ideas of human form. 3D printing of living tissue, as well as bio-hybrid robots (the marrying of robots with tissue engineering), opens the door to a future of living structures created and designed by humans. What could this future look like? Through playful exploration of organic and architectural forms, and the use of 3D animation, “Future Flesh Forms” is a rendering of where these technologies could take us.
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Glynn Urquhart is an animator and multimedia artist whose work explores themes associated with the human body, food, and queer identity. Taking inspiration from the microscopic world, aesthetics of drag, and the work of Patricia Piccinini, his work is often playful yet eerie.
A recent graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, his short animated films have been screened internationally. Glynn’s projection works have also been featured locally in Melbourne as part of White Night and West Projections.