Dyscorpia: Future Intersections of the Body and Technology

Paul Harrison (Artist), Marilene oliver (Artist), Sean Caulfield (Artist)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition catalogue


Dyscorpia is an exhibition gathering artists and thinkers in visual art, design, contemporary dance, medical humanities, virtual reality, sound creation, computer science, and creative writing in order to question what it means not to know the limits of our bodies.
Dyscorpia is not science-fiction. Dyscorpia is historical time and biological time entangled. It forces past and future in a deadlock, so the present can be squeezed inside out for you to see.
208 page catalogue featuring documentation, interviews and essays, edited by Marilene Oliver and Daniel Laforest, 2020. Featuring my work:
EpiGeneScapes I – IV
Drawn for Thought Folio: I – XII
Pages 30 - 33
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEdmonton, Canada
PublisherDepartment of Art & Design, University of Alberta
Media of outputOther
Size208 pages
Publication statusPublished - 2019


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