Diogo Evangelista “Organic Machinery” at Galeria Francisco Fino, Lisbon
… feelings are biochemical mechanisms not based
intuition, imagination or
They are solely and exclusively based on calculations.
Organic and Machinery are two different concepts.
We are now increasingly investing on
their seeming fusion
and on making our interaction
(more) intimately mechanical.
Informed by a constant flow of biometric data,
the algorithms of Data.biz
execute a transversal monitoring of us.
The synthetic character inducing the intergalactic journey
in Organic Machinery (video), activates this secret
Through our data the interaction between artificial and human agents has become virtually indistinguishable.
We have achieved control of all emotional states…
… through binaural frequencies,
we have merged a (mechanical)conscious activity
and a subconscious energy(human).
Based on all processed information a new spiritual manifesto is generated, a more evolved form of knowledge is created.
In this context, and through a Machine-Brain ritual, Spiritual Automata has shown interest
Spiritual Automata generated a set of apparently organic drawings which,
via the observation of unidentified planets
in the Solar System,
speculates on the possibility of a new field of socialization.
It has algorithmically defined a system of XY axes to represent this
series of cosmic energies.
portals unto the non-perceivable are designed
to the image of biotechnological sciences which, on different scales,
encompass the invisible and the supra-sensorial.
the need to materialize the invisible led us to conceive the Single Breeders:
a set of dysfunctional machines that invoke
the spirit of the bird
Its last song of instinct and survival
is an attempt to attract an already inexistent mate. announcing the end of its species.
We become confused.
Uneasily, we realize that the
classification of social orders is a
Despite the resemblance between beings,
incompatibility is crucial for the reproduction of
THE ORGANIC-MECHANICAL WE invests on knowing itself beyond our constituent elements.
at Galeria Francisco Fino, Lisbon
until 3 March 2019