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Peter Bloor combines installation, sculpture, and performance art to create post-human scenes that explore consequences of artificial intelligence, technological waste, human power structures and the grotesque within the human psyche. The anthropomorphic and growth-like sculptures emerge from motherboards and discarded technological waste parts. Bloor’s sculptures illustrate an ironic return to nature in a futuristic fantasy. Yet, in a future world heavily integrated with technology where cyborgs forgo beings, do we also forgo the binaries of modern society? Bloor’s multidisciplinary art practice highlights how technology has become interwoven into the fabric of contemporary life and probes audiences to decide whether the machine and the human can coexist. 

Peter Bloor

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