Posthuman Art

In April 2022 i have been selected to participate in an online residency hosted by Foreign Objekt through the Posthuman Art Network.

We benefit from weekly meetings and workshops conducted by internationally acclaimed researchers like Ray Brassier, David Roden, Natasha Vita-More, Reza Negarestani, Martin E. Rosenberg, Anna Longo and many others.

I produced writings and art pieces, both digital and material, that are featured in collective exhibitions, and participated in panels.

It is an on-going process, a complex system which facilitates the confrontation of ideas.

My work is questionning our relationship with technology and finding new ways of interaction with the machine that would encourage the emergence of new cognitive pathways, especially in the creative context of the production of sound and video.

To that effect, I put the circuit in the center place and use generative processes to produce the visual and audio content. I create a machine which fonctions are highly modified by its environnement. I then perform with it, allowing myself space and time for cognitive bifurcation in the process of learning its specificities.


The Sensory Overload Interface [Kinetic Instrument+Mirror Mode Stage] is an interface to control sound and image. It is an organic feeling tactile board with emotions and moods of its own that would influence the outcome of the art produced through the interactions with the user.

The first draft of my concept on the Posthuman Art Network website.

This interface is composed of a Kinesthetic Instrument (KI) and a software running in Mirror Stage Mode (MSM).

The Kinesthetic Instrument is a tactile board with a soft touch. It’s only reactive to pressure and won’t recall any value. It needs to be constantly stimulated to act. It controls all aspects of the software.

The Mirror Stage Mode of the software is distorting the image of the artist, as she faces it. The sound is crushed and processed to the brink of failure. Matter comes from pure sine waves or samples, depending on the mood. The continuous flow of discrete data produces glitches and jumps.

The sessions aim to attain a state of trance and ego dissolution – similar to hypnosis. The tactile board allows to bypass the brain in the control of the machine.