Anna Slama and Nuno Patricio Summer 2015
Anna Slama (CZ)
I accept the impact of technology and the digital world on my body,
I respect the changes that have occurred in its development. I’m proud
to be a part of the time when technology, created by man, changed
development of human factor faster than ever before… I conciously let
my physical part to be under digital control and subordination. (…)
I want to live in the world full of peace and technological domination.
I am here to be part of the devastating evolution.
techskin explores the lines between the materiality of human skin and technology
with focus on the possibilities of integration of the two.
techskin is exhibited at the art space Konstanet which functions on two levels:
it is made up of an online space and a small scale physical space (6m2 of floor
space; 1m in height) located in Tallinn, Estonia. However, the exhibition as a whole
is only available online and not open to visitors AFK.
Anna Slama (b.1991) is visual artist mainly focused on video and animation,
she works with the possibilites of digital technology and its errors, the influence
of online space to individuals and its final image. She lives and works in Brno,
For a full view of techskin please see
Body ExTended, Self Construal.
Nuno Patricio (PT)
0% > purità > Innocence > discovery > imagination > #WOM >
standard paths > Objects(Material goods) > basic–self > Torpe >
Dolo > Subjects(People) > caring > self-definition > 50% > neutrals >
Self-Aware Concept > Comfort > fascination > Body Morph > ideal-self >
Human Extended > magnificence > 100%
Body ExTended, Self-Construal explores how social platforms can trigger
a social comparison and dissemination of ideal images between people, which
eventually influence the person’s self-concept and gender identity.
Due to several communities that started to become increasingly visible on the
internet, the individual began to feel an invulnerable affinity to invest in ego and
material goods. This is usually caused by self-induced shifts in consciousness which
makes personality malleable and where the body assumes a new identity that starts
to incorporate the ideal self.
Body ExTended, Self Construal is exhibited at the art space Konstanet which
functions on two levels: it is made up of an online space and a small scale physical
space (6m2 of floor space; 1m in height) located in Tallinn, Estonia. However, the
exhibition as a whole is only available online and not open to visitors AFK.
Nuno Patrício (b. 1985) is a visual artist based in Lisbon, Portugal. His work
combines video, installation, digital illustration and graphic design in order to
address the influence of technology on pop culture and digital persona. He is also
the director and editor of O Fluxo, an online platform that aims to disseminate a
critical understanding of contemporary culture by promoting the work of media art
professionals, emerging artists, activists and students from all over the world.
For a full view of the exhibition please see