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Take a stroll through French artist Vincent Fournier‘s [previously] gallery of animal photographs, and you’re likely to come across some creatures you’ve never seen before. Like, for instance, a jellyfish that is capable of electronically transmitting data across the Abyssal depths of the ocean. Or, perhaps, a scorpion that can perform semi-automated surgery on humans. “These creatures come from the future—an imagined future, based loosely on current research on synthetic biology and genetic engineering,” says Fournier, of his project Post-Natural History, a series of digitally-altered photos of animals that do not yet exist. “The idea is that these are living species, reprogrammed by mankind to better fit our environment as well as to adapt to new human desires.”
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Shock rocker by day ....
posted by GallonOfAlan at 3:31 PM on January 8, 2014 [2 favorites]

Vincent Fournier‘s [previously] gallery of animal photographs

Pretties for you . . .

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Wh- what other name?
posted by Herodios at 6:54 PM on January 8, 2014 [1 favorite]

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