My body is so beautiful.
The water wicks off in beads. They said we’d perfected a second skin. The first installations were somewhat successful. The FDA went along. The size of the lobby was almost unstoppable.
The shower still has some sentimental value, I guess. The steam, the water, the time to disconnect. I watch the water bead off of my epidermal envelope, knowing that its selfcleaning, selfregenerative, and utterly inert to the acidic pollutants of the atmosphere. I knew, I knew I would react to the antirejections, and the immunosuppressants, but I didn’t know it would feel this good. The doctor said to me “Eventually, you’re going to have to ask yourself the question: are you wearing it, or is it wearing you?”
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A fog-installation containing ~2.22 μg/m3 nicotine, and 60-minute video by BLUNTxSKENSVED
with texts by: Anna Sagström + Matilda Tjäder, Susy Oliveira, Zayne Armstrong, Dorota Gaweda, Emma SiemensAdolphe, Susan Ploetz, Jeni Fulton, Kate Brown, Egle Kulbokaite, Wojciech Olejnik, Antoine Renard, Mark Stroemich, Robin Murphy, Carl Palm + Sebastian Rozenberg*, Lauryn Youden, Viktor Timofeev, Zuzanna Ratajczyk, Beny Wagner, Shaun Motsi, Luca Iemi, Dylan Aiello, Alex Turgeon, Bitsy Knox, Clémence de La Tour du Pin
*webpage background is a video excerpt with narrated text by Carl Palm + Sebastian Rozenberg
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