Jeanine Verloop
Practice Autonomous Practices
Project Digital Craft
Major Illustration
Year Fourth Year

Imagine humanity through the eyes of aliens.

Reawaken, imagine humanity through the eyes of aliens. Wouldn’t we look magical from space? From afar, humans seem to generate light. On closer inspection, however, you would see that they actually have frail bodies, and they dominate their habitat through the use of tools. Over time perhaps you could see the shift. The dawn of an industrialised civilisation. For a time humankind flourished in their mass-produced utopia. They have built great tools, of a scale easily visible from space. Subsequently, these creatures became enslaved to automatisation. With no need for thinking, their brains grew weaker, and their ability to dream of radically new technologies lessened. The magic of these tools faded in utility, as humans became estranged from the technological landscape surrounding them.

How will they re-insert themselves and reconnect with their tools? Will they start imagining again when they are empowered to understand their tools? Let us take a step back in time and space to obsolete technologies. Can we gain something, anything from resurrecting lost techniques?

Wouldn’t we look magical from space?

Reawaken, an Exploration of Printing. Installation, an assembled printing device, each arm powered by one of the 55 servo motors. Dimensions 800 x 1000 mm.

Nominations: Bachelor Research & Hybrid Publishing Award 2018 & Drempelprijs

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