Living Structures for a Machine Audience
Rhino | Grasshopper | Data Visualisation
An evolved DNA structure of a keyboard, stored in gelatine
Wetware is the biological analogue for software and hardware. It relies on organic materials merging with artificial systems to compute.
If life is a result of evolutionary biological processes, can’t we run the same processes on artificial things to give it a biological form? I experimented with structures to give machines life, thus exploring Wetware. I ran the machine's thumbprint - its circuit boards - through biological simulations to build its living structure.