Sixties last

Van Mensvoort
June 20th 2006

sixties last

The flower depicted in the image is a good example of Hypernature. While fake nature is always a flatter surrogate of old nature, hypernature is a simulation of an old nature that never really existed. Better than the real thing. Hypernature = authentic fake nature.

To bad it is just a science fiction video about the happy marriage between nature and culture by 1st Ave Machines, 3D studio.

by: 1stavemachine.com

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Koert
Posted 22/05/2006 – 16:15

Sure it is a fantasy film about the merging of the 'born' and the 'made'. Nature becomes culture AND culture becomes nature. It is not often that you see those two events visualised in one piece. That is what I like very much about this video.
Of course I don't expect that something like this will litteraly evolve in Next Nature, but I like the fantasy of it. The flower depicted in the image is a good example of Hypernature. While fake nature is always a flatter surrogate of old nature, hypernature is a simulation of an old nature that never really existed. Better than the real thing. Hypernature = authentic fake nature.
(I've added this text tot the original post to make the point clearer)

Karl Grandin
Posted 16/05/2006 – 00:51

This is (old) nature looking stuff done with computer graphics, but what makes it next nature?

Should men be able to give birth to children?


Joyce Nabuurs: To me this question seems to be a logical next step in the emancipation movement of the past century. More and more women entered the workspace, but the responsibility for pregnancy and childrearing remained female.

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